Welcome to the District 91 Toastrack. A community driven site for all things Toastmasters.
Note that this wiki is created by Toastmasters for Toastmasters and is not endorsed or Toastmasters International.

Public Speaking and Leadership are learned skills. Just like any other practical skill such as driving or swimming they require practice and study to master. Toastmasters provides a supportive learning environment in which to develop these key life skills.

Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs.

About this site

This is a wiki, you can add to it - a few pages exist, but much of it lies 'in-potentia'. To add your touch to this site create an account Here and check out the User Guide and help docs to learn how to contribute.

General resources

New toastmaster? Check out two introductory guides on Easyspeak and Pathways

1. EasySpeak - Many clubs use 'EasySpeak' to handle meeting management, use this guide to get started.
1. Pathways - Pathways is Toastmasters online educational program, use this guide to help you get started.

Club Gives you information about the club structure.

Meeting Roles - An overview of the roles performed during a meeting.

If you are involved in a contest (competing or running)- check out the Contests section.

The Distinguished Club Program - An overview of the DCP Program


Area Director

Useful Links

D91 District website Contains lots of useful links and info - esp the calendar.
Toastmasters International The main TI website.
Reddit Toastmasters group Lots of random discussions from Toastmasters all around the world, warning - quality varies.
The London Speaker A useful source of events information, you can subscribe to email update.
EasySpeak (for D91) A club management tool many clubs use.

How to get involved

You can change and improve any page on this site. This entire site is s wiki, each page has an 'edit' link at the bottom. So please add, update and improve. Imagine your favorite hint helping 100s or even 1000s of other Toastmasters up their game as well, everybody wins!

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