2022 Toastmasters D93 Conference “Awaken Your Tiger” on 14-15 May
An online conference with excellent opportunities to learn about public speaking and leadership
An interactive event from the comfort of your home
District 93 Toastmasters (South Korea) proudly announces the Toastmasters 2022 District 93 Conference AWAKEN YOUR TIGER. The conference theme is a rousing call to action to get past COVID 19 blues and re-ignite passion for being part of a wider community of global communicators and leaders. This conference will be held online from the 14th to the 15th of May. It will be open to both members and non-members to experience the authentic environment of South Korean Toastmasters, as energetic and powerful as the TIGER symbolic of the peninsula.
Anna Joohye Kim, 2022 Toastmasters District 93 Conference Chair, thirteen committee chairs, and committee members are preparing the conference with the hope that attendees could meet Talented Toastmasters and Inspiriting people online, encounter new ideas and Gain Enthusiasm, and give a Roar of approval to the community of Toastmasters in South Korea (TIGER).
The “AWAKEN YOUR TIGER” conference will provide a broad program with two keynote speeches, six practical workshops, International and Korean speech contests, and music performances. Aaron W. Beverly, 2019 World Champion of Public Speaking, and Jana Barnhill, Past International President, and Accredited Speaker, will be attending as honorable keynote speakers. Also, Invited Speaker Workshops from three District Directors, Khurram Salman (Bahrain), Arnaud Sartre (United Kingdom), and Elena Paweta (Poland), will help to bridge cross-cultural differences at this year’s conference. To enhance understanding between domestic and international participants, simultaneous interpretation service will be provided for the first time in District 93 history.
The District 93 International and Korean speech contests will be the conference’s highlights. The 14th (Korean) and 15th (International) programs will host these thrilling speaking competitions. The national champion of the International speech contest will also have the honor of representing South Korea in the Toastmasters Region 14 speech competition, where they will compete alongside winners from China, Hong Kong, Japan, the Philippines, and Taiwan.
There will be grand opening performances by a music band and a saxophonist to make the conference even more exciting. This year’s event will live up to the spirit of the TIGER year, unleashing the District 93 Toastmasters potential and instilling a strong sense of community among all attendees.
Sean Jung, District 93 Program Quality Director, described the annual conference as “The biggest event in Toastmasters, consisting of professional speeches, new experiences, delight, and inspiration,“ adding ”If you have ever pondered joining Toastmasters, the forthcoming conference is a great place to start."
Registration is available by the 30th of April on the conference's official website
About Toastmasters International
Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the development of public speaking skills and leadership. The organization, founded in 1924 and presently headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, has more than 300,000 members in over 15,800 clubs in 149 countries.
Toastmasters International has been helping people from all walks of life become more confident speakers, communicators, and leaders for more than 50 years. District 93 Toastmasters represents South Korea with over 1600 members in 79 clubs, where meetings are conducted in various languages, including English, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, and Spanish.
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The 2022 District 93 Conference homepage: http://www.d93conference.org
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