We meet 2nd & 4th Mondays

We meet fortnightly and guests are always welcome.  Join us to learn more about how you can make your voice heard.

Up to 3 meetings are free to attend and there is no obligation to speak or to join – although we encourage you to do both!

VENUE – Mayfield Centre, Sunnybank Road Stirling FK7 0DB at 7pm

What does a typical meeting look like?

How can Stirling Speakers help?

Confident Speeches & Presentations

Do you have to give presentations?  Have you just been asked to give a keynote speech and haven’t slept since?

Stirling Speakers is here to help you structure your speech, give you a chance to practice public speaking and help you become a more confident speaker.  Our helpful evaluations will help to get you on the right track.

 

Speak up in meetings

Do you get nervous and tongue-tied in meetings?  Not sure how to get your point across?

Stirling Speakers can help you gain confidence, provide you with guidance on impromptu speaking and give you opportunities to speak in a variety of meeting situations.  What’s more, you will get feedback from your evaluators and mentor.

Be Entertained and Help Others

Do you like to help others?  Guide them with your expertise?

There are plenty of opportunities at Stirling Speakers to help and guide other members at the same time as being entertained and making new friends.  You learn so much in the process – members give speeches on a range of subjects and ideas from viewpoints you may not have thought of.

What did Sue say?

Toastmaster Sue, from Linlithgow Speakers, said:

“I came along to “help find my voice” and was particularly touched when the lady beside me whispered “well done” as I sat back down after speaking for a very first time.

The genuinely uplifting encouragement is most empowering – together with the lack of criticism – as I overcome long held fears of standing up in front of an audience.

When I had to stand in front of my whole year group as well as the assessors, to tell a story as part of my Human Givens Diploma course,  I was glad I’d been going along to Linlithgow Toastmasters for a couple of months.

As a previously shy introvert, I had already faced my fears of standing up at the front of a room full of people,  even if it was just for some two-minute table topic slots,  before being put on the spot by the assessors evaluating us for our professional qualifications.  And yes, I qualified with the Diploma in Human Givens Therapy.”

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We meet at:

The Mayfield Centre

Sunnybank Road

Stirling

 FK7 0DB

 

2nd and 4th Mondays

7pm - 9pm

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