Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2011’

  • ICS Sponsorship

      Dear EBS members, Michelle Cheung is currently in the process of starting a club at Imperial College and requires sponsorship to buy equipment and pay the charter fee. Below are the direct and indirect benefits of sponsoring ICS. Speech/Roles slots Acquiring speech/roles of your …

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  • When You Are The Timekeeper

    Overview This is a busy role in that, during the course of a meeting, everyone has to be timed. Speakers that speak to time are developing a life skill. It is of critical importance and shows respect for an audience. Many of our members and …

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  • Don’t Call Me Normal!

    Financial Advice – What would you say to Angela Merkel? Voted Best Table Topic   Don’t ever call me normal, again!? Competent Communication Manual #1 – The Ice Breaker (4:00-6:00 min) Speak before an audience; Use existing speaking skills; Introduce self to fellow club members. …

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  • Water Off A Camel’s Back


    Thoughts on the 3rd placed speech at Area 6’s Club Contest

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  • The Elusive One

    Does It Have To Be Like This? Competent Communication Manual (4:00-6:00 min) #1 – The Ice Breaker Speak before an audience; Use existing speaking skills; Introduce self to fellow club members.   Speech Evaluation   The Elusive Higgs Boson Competent Communication Manual (5:00-7:00 min) #4 …

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  • When You Are The Toastmaster

    You will be leading the meeting and ensuring that everything is run smoothly, that speakers get the correct introductions and that the evaluators do their bit. Your energy, enthusiasm and engagement will craft and deliver a great meeting. The skills developed here are easily transferable to …

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  • The Chase, The Brain and Becoming Paperless

    The Chase Competent Communication Manual #6 – Vocal Variety (5:00-7:00 min) Use voice volume, pitch, rate, and quality to reflect and add meaning and interest to the message; Use pauses to enhance the message; Use vocal variety smoothly and naturally. Voted Best Speech Evaluation Idiot’s …

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  • Odysseus’s Return

    High Definition Deficiency: Why Looters need Lettuce Competent Communication Manual #4 – How to Say It (5:00-7:00 min) Words and sentence structure communicates the ideas clearly, accurately and vividly; Rhetorical devices enhance and emphasize ideas; No jargon or unnecessary words; Correct grammar used. Evaluation   …

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