Welcome to Linlithgow Speakers
Brush up on your speaking skills, gain confidence and learn how to be a great leader at Linlithgow Speakers Club, located in the historic town of Linlithgow, West Lothian. The club is part of Toastmasters International, a not for profit, worldwide organisation to help people develop their Speaking and Leadership skills.
Surveys show that presentation skills are crucial to success in the workplace. Many people pay high fees for seminars to gain the skill and confidence necessary to face an audience. Toastmasters provides an option that is less expensive (less than 4 pounds a session at Linlithgow Speakers) and is held in high regard in business circles. This organisation has been around since 1924 and offers a proven – and enjoyable – way to practice and hone Speaking Skills.
At Linlithgow Speakers you will…
- Learn to communicate more effectively
- Become a better listener
- Improve your presentation skills
- Increase your leadership potential
- Become more successful in your career
- Build your ability to motivate and persuade
- Reach your professional and personal goals
- Increase your self confidence.
How you do it…
- Build speaking and leadership skills with time-tested methods
- Focus on areas of interest in our self-paced curriculum
- Receive suggestions for improvement through constructive evaluations
Toastmasters programs are…
So whether its that important presentation at work, a best man’s speech, a local community meeting or its simply to overcome one of our most basic fears why not come along and see for yourself what Toastmasters can do for you. We have over 200 clubs throughout Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales.
Guests are always welcome and you may be amazed by what you learn and who knows you may find your voice. Guests can attend three meetings with no cost or commitment. You are welcome to come to our meetings as a guest, or to join as a new member. There is no pressure to speak until you feel ready.
Meetings have a friendly and supportive atmosphere. There’s no dress code, so just come along as you are.