Oracle Toastmaster Club Orators empowers people to achieve their full potential and realize their dreams. All our members can improve their communications and leadership skills, giving them the courage to change.
Oracle Toastmaster Club is the leading movement devoted to making effective oral communication a communitywide reality. Oracle Speakers helps men and women learn the arts of speaking, listening, and thinking — vital skills that promote self-actualization, enhance leadership potential, foster human understanding, and contribute to the betterment of mankind.
About Orators Toastmasters Club.
Orators Toastmasters Club is a public speaking club. The club has been around for over 10 years and helped several people build speaking and communication skills. The club is open to Oracle employees and contractors. Orators Toastmasters Club is Oracle’s Chapter of Toastmasters International.
Please come along as a guest (it costs nothing). We’re sure you will like us and want to join. Bring a friend along too
About Toastmasters International.
From a humble beginning in 1924 at the YMCA in Santa Ana, California, Toastmasters International has grown to become a world leader in helping people become more competent and comfortable in front of an audience. The nonprofit organization now has nearly 220,000 members in 11,300 clubs in 90 countries, offering a proven – and enjoyable! – way to practice and hone communication and leadership skills. (See http://www.toastmasters.org/)
Here are some of our videos
I am really overwhelmed by the prize I got. That too a first prize. Ouch!! I can’t believe it.To be honest, I was really happy when I finished my speech and took my seat. I was happy for the reason that I was at last able to break the ice, I was able to trigger such a huge learned audience. But I did not expect anything beyond this. Well now I have come out of that fear. This event has inspired me to take up some serious reading and increase my vocabulary, and also to prepare speeches on wide variety of topics. Of course not to mention that I would try to be regular for all the toast master sessions to the max possible extent I can and in fact wanna be an active member. Also I am waiting to give my ‘P1’.
Thanks & Regards,
Saikumar.S – List Management Analyst
It was very good experience and an opportunity to get to know each other among different Business Units of Oracle and builds our communication skills to a greater heights.
Thanks & Regards,
Gopal Karanam – Senior QA Engineer, CGBU
Thank you for all your support and encouragement shown to us. It truly has been a strength to us.
Typical reasons for joining:
- I would rather die than speak in public.
- I abhor speaking in public
- I want to get better and stop being so nervous.
- I have to be a best man.
- I have to give a presentation at work in a month and want to learn everything I can beforehand.
- It sounds fun, virtually free entertainment – I think I might join in….
- I want to meet like-minded people who are interested in learning and improving themselves
- I would like to be part of helping others to improve
- I need to learn more people’s skills and have very limited funds to do so.
What happens at an Orators Meeting.
First, we have up to three members give prepared speeches ranging from 5 to 30 minutes in length. Then, we have the Table Topics session, where guests and members alike have a chance to speak for 1-2 minutes on an assigned topic. Finally, evaluators give reviews of each speech.
Thanks for reading this. We hope to see you at a meeting !!