CHAMBER Toastmasters Club

Where Leaders Are Made

WHO WE ARE

Willing to be confident when giving presentations?
Want to learn how to give effective feedback and work in a team?
Looking for a way to spend your time that is both fun and useful?

Welcome to CHAMBER Toastmasters Club!

Using worldwide experience of Toastmasters International the club is helping to develop communication and leadership skills in a mutually supportive and positive learning environment.

Our club was established by American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine in 1999, but now everyone are welcome to join club as guest or member!

HOW IT WORKS

Every meeting consists of three parts

Prepared speeches

2-3 speeches

5-7 minutes each

Table Topic Speeches

5-7 speeches

1-2 minutes each

Evaluations

3-4 evaluations

3-4 minutes each

No registration is needed - Guests are always welcome! You will listen to prepared speeches and come on stage during Table Topic impromptu speeches!

Paid members on top of that have access to educational materials and can: give prepared speeches, evaluate speakers, take Toasmaster roles. How much does it cost? One time registration fee $20 + membership fee $9.5 per month.

Here is an PDF instruction of navigating through education portal once you've become paid member.

AGENDA

AGENDA - Chamber Toastmaster Club

Agenda is distributed each week. No spam, you can easily unsubscribe.

HOW TO FIND US

We conduct our regular meetings every Wednesdays from 7:15 PM to 8:45 PM.


Temporary Address: (please sign up for getting an Agenda, valid location is always specified there).

Kyiv, Parus Business Center, 2 Mechnykova str.

Look for the security officer with Toastmaster sign at the turnstiles and follow the instructions:

- go through the turnstiles

- use elevators on the left side that serve the 15th floor

- enter the floor and go to the meeting room


Please take your ID to go through security and be on time (open from 7:00 PM).

CONTACTS

Feel free to contact Club officers if you have any questions:

+380.(67).833.58.15 – Stan Zolotukhin, President

+380.(67).231.79.49 – Yuri Opanasenko, VP Education

Public Facebook group: www.facebook.com/chambertoastmasters

OFFICERS

Stan Zolotukhin, CL

President

Yurii Opanasenko

VP Education

Agenda, coordination

Anna Chernetskaya

VP PR

Inna Karnaukhova, CC

VP Membership

Marianne Todorova

Trasurer

IrynaFesenko

Sergeant-at-arms

The President ensures that the leadership team of the club succeeds in their roles. The Presidents priority is to coach each member of the leadership team in their role. The President will normally chair the first part and ending of the meeting.

Vice President of Education (VPE) – This is the member who sets the schedule, gets people to volunteer to speak, and assigns the other meeting roles (timer, evaluator, grammarian, etc). Schedules are usually done a month at a time, and this person coordinates and distributes.

Vice President Membership (VPM) – Recruits new members for the club with the help of all the members. Prompt follow-up of each visitor is very important. Arranging a warm welcome for members at visitors at each meeting is vital.

Vice President Public Relations (VPPR) – This member recruits guests for the club (with the help of all the members) and works closely with the VPM to advertise the club on an on-going basis using Social Media, Website, Newspapers and motivating members to bring guests. They may also use a club newsletter, web site and or Facebook presence.

Secretary – Keeps minutes, attendance, etc. and saves correspondence for the club. This is the member who will maintain the history of the club.

Treasurer – Collects and pay semi-annual member dues, and makes purchases for the club as required . The Treasurer tracks income and expenses, and reports to the membership and develops financial management skills.

Sergeant-At-Arms - This member arrives early for meetings and sets up the room. After the meeting, with the help of the members, packs up club equipment and leaves the room as we found it initially. The biggest role however, is to greet members and guests at the door, to make them feel welcome to the meeting. The Sergeant also co-ordinates with the venue regarding number of attendees, menu choices etc.