其实你造吗，成为Speaker不仅仅可以完成CC计划，还可以完成CL计划呢！成为2次Speaker，就可以掌握Communication and Leadership手册中的第4、5课《时间管理》与《计划与执行》的内容啦！双管齐下，一箭双雕，虽然准备起来需要2周的时间，可是达到的效果也是不一般！Amazing！
Prepared Speech Speaker是主题演讲者，最主要的任务：
Communication and Leadership Project 4: 【Time Management】
成为Prepared Speech Speaker，你将掌握：如何布置自己的时间给不同的事情，如何判定一个Task需要耗时多久，每天都要给非预期事件留出一定时间，承诺太多=浪费自己时间=倍感压力。
Communication and Leadership Project 5: 【Planning and Implementation】
成为Prepared Speech Speaker，你将掌握：沟通是计划与执行过程中最重要的一环，先定目标后定实现策略，卡死时间日程表，必须要学会给不同的人分配不同任务，遇到问题参与其中不要闪躲。
【★★★★★】官网中关于Prepared Speech Speaker的TIPS
No doubt you’ve guessed that the speaking program is the center of every Toastmasters meeting. After all, what’s Toastmasters without the talking? But members don’t just stand up and start yakking. They use the guidelines in the Competent Communication (CC) manual and the Advanced Communication Series (ACS) manuals to fully prepare their presentations.
The CC manual speeches usually last 5-7 minutes. ACS manual project speeches are 5-7 minutes or longer depending upon the assignment.
Every speaker is a role model and club members learn from one another’s speeches. Prepare and rehearse to ensure you present the best speech possible. Don’t insult your fellow club members by delivering a poorly prepared speech. However, it’s also true that no speech is perfect. So, get out there and try! Here’s what to do:
Check your club’s meeting schedule regularly to find out when you’re assigned to speak. Begin working on the speech at least a week in advance. That way, you have enough time to devote to research, organization and rehearsal.
If you don’t write your own speech introduction, make sure the Toastmaster of the meeting prepares a good one for you.
Several days before the meeting, ask the general evaluator for your evaluator’s name. Talk with your evaluator about the speech you’ll give. Discuss your speech goals and personal concerns. Let your evaluator know where you believe your speech ability needs strengthening, so he or she can pay special attention to those aspects of your presentation. Remember to bring your manual to the meeting.
You should arrive at the meeting early to check the microphone, lighting and anything else that could malfunction and ruin your talk. Give your manual to your evaluator before the meeting starts and discuss any last-minute issues with him or her. Sit near the front of the room and carefully plan your approach to the lectern and your speech opening.
During the meeting, give your full attention to the speakers at the lectern. Don’t study your speech notes while someone else is talking. When you’re introduced, smoothly and confidently leave your chair and walk to the lectern. After your speech, wait for the Toastmaster to return to the lectern, then return to your seat. Listen intently during your evaluation for helpful hints that will assist in building better future talks.
After the meeting, reclaim your manual from your evaluator. Discuss any questions you may have concerning your evaluation to clarify and avoid any misinterpretations.
Finally, have the vice president education (VPE) initial the Project Completion Record in the back of your manual.
You’ll enjoy a growing sense of confidence as you repeat these steps with new speech projects. Don’t be afraid to do the work, enjoy the applause and reap the educational benefits. Your courage will be rewarded!