PATHWAYS

Visionary Communication

Visionary Communication

This path helps you build your skills as a strategic communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on developing your skills for sharing information with a group, planning communications and creating innovative solutions. Speech writing and speech delivery are emphasized in each project. This path culminates in the development and launch of a long-term personal or professional vision.

Projects

  • LEVEL 01
  • LEVEL 02
  • LEVEL 03
  • LEVEL 04
  • LEVEL 05
LEVEL FIVE: Demonstrating Expertise Select a Project

Develop Your Vision

Reflect on Your Path

This project is designed to give you an opportunity to share your experience at the end of your path
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to reflect on your growth during the completion of an entire path.
Overview:At a club meeting, present a 10- to 12-minute speech to share your experience completing your path. Use this as an opportunity to reflect on how far you have come, summarize the skills you have learned and developed, and to celebrate your achievements. Your speech can be humorous, informational, or any style that that appeals to you and supports your speech content.

This project includes:

  • The Your Toastmasters Journey resource
  • A 10- to 12-minute speech
ELECTIVES: Choose an elective
This project addresses how to identify the discussion points of a large group meeting, encourage a culture of contribution and voicing opinions, and facilitate productive discussion that yields results.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to learn about and apply the skills needed to run a lessons learned meeting during a project or after its completion.
Overview: Facilitate a lessons learned meeting for a team with which you are completing or have completed a project. This meeting is separate from your regular Toastmasters meeting. Organize and facilitate a discussion. Record the results into a document you and your team members can use to facilitate the current project or future projects. If you haven’t already, give team members an opportunity to complete a 360 evaluation of you as a team leader.(Use the 360 Evaluation resource.)Finally, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in your club about the lessons learned meeting or your leadership experience.

This project includes:

  • Recording 60 minutes of podcast content
  • A 2- to 3-minute introduction speech
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
LEVEL FIVE: Demonstrating Expertise Select a Project

Develop Your Vision

Reflect on Your Path

This project is designed to give you an opportunity to share your experience at the end of your path
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to reflect on your growth during the completion of an entire path.
Overview:At a club meeting, present a 10- to 12-minute speech to share your experience completing your path. Use this as an opportunity to reflect on how far you have come, summarize the skills you have learned and developed, and to celebrate your achievements. Your speech can be humorous, informational, or any style that that appeals to you and supports your speech content.

This project includes:

  • The Your Toastmasters Journey resource
  • A 10- to 12-minute speech
ELECTIVES: Choose an elective
This project addresses how to identify the discussion points of a large group meeting, encourage a culture of contribution and voicing opinions, and facilitate productive discussion that yields results.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to learn about and apply the skills needed to run a lessons learned meeting during a project or after its completion.
Overview: Facilitate a lessons learned meeting for a team with which you are completing or have completed a project. This meeting is separate from your regular Toastmasters meeting. Organize and facilitate a discussion. Record the results into a document you and your team members can use to facilitate the current project or future projects. If you haven’t already, give team members an opportunity to complete a 360 evaluation of you as a team leader.(Use the 360 Evaluation resource.)Finally, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in your club about the lessons learned meeting or your leadership experience.

This project includes:

  • Recording 60 minutes of podcast content
  • A 2- to 3-minute introduction speech
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
LEVEL FIVE: Demonstrating Expertise Select a Project

Develop Your Vision

Reflect on Your Path

This project is designed to give you an opportunity to share your experience at the end of your path
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to reflect on your growth during the completion of an entire path.
Overview:At a club meeting, present a 10- to 12-minute speech to share your experience completing your path. Use this as an opportunity to reflect on how far you have come, summarize the skills you have learned and developed, and to celebrate your achievements. Your speech can be humorous, informational, or any style that that appeals to you and supports your speech content.

This project includes:

  • The Your Toastmasters Journey resource
  • A 10- to 12-minute speech
ELECTIVES: Choose an elective
This project addresses how to identify the discussion points of a large group meeting, encourage a culture of contribution and voicing opinions, and facilitate productive discussion that yields results.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to learn about and apply the skills needed to run a lessons learned meeting during a project or after its completion.
Overview: Facilitate a lessons learned meeting for a team with which you are completing or have completed a project. This meeting is separate from your regular Toastmasters meeting. Organize and facilitate a discussion. Record the results into a document you and your team members can use to facilitate the current project or future projects. If you haven’t already, give team members an opportunity to complete a 360 evaluation of you as a team leader.(Use the 360 Evaluation resource.)Finally, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in your club about the lessons learned meeting or your leadership experience.

This project includes:

  • Recording 60 minutes of podcast content
  • A 2- to 3-minute introduction speech
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
LEVEL FIVE: Demonstrating Expertise Select a Project

Develop Your Vision

Reflect on Your Path

This project is designed to give you an opportunity to share your experience at the end of your path
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to reflect on your growth during the completion of an entire path.
Overview:At a club meeting, present a 10- to 12-minute speech to share your experience completing your path. Use this as an opportunity to reflect on how far you have come, summarize the skills you have learned and developed, and to celebrate your achievements. Your speech can be humorous, informational, or any style that that appeals to you and supports your speech content.

This project includes:

  • The Your Toastmasters Journey resource
  • A 10- to 12-minute speech
ELECTIVES: Choose an elective
This project addresses how to identify the discussion points of a large group meeting, encourage a culture of contribution and voicing opinions, and facilitate productive discussion that yields results.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to learn about and apply the skills needed to run a lessons learned meeting during a project or after its completion.
Overview: Facilitate a lessons learned meeting for a team with which you are completing or have completed a project. This meeting is separate from your regular Toastmasters meeting. Organize and facilitate a discussion. Record the results into a document you and your team members can use to facilitate the current project or future projects. If you haven’t already, give team members an opportunity to complete a 360 evaluation of you as a team leader.(Use the 360 Evaluation resource.)Finally, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in your club about the lessons learned meeting or your leadership experience.

This project includes:

  • Recording 60 minutes of podcast content
  • A 2- to 3-minute introduction speech
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
LEVEL FIVE: Demonstrating Expertise Select a Project

Develop Your Vision

Reflect on Your Path

This project is designed to give you an opportunity to share your experience at the end of your path
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to reflect on your growth during the completion of an entire path.
Overview:At a club meeting, present a 10- to 12-minute speech to share your experience completing your path. Use this as an opportunity to reflect on how far you have come, summarize the skills you have learned and developed, and to celebrate your achievements. Your speech can be humorous, informational, or any style that that appeals to you and supports your speech content.

This project includes:

  • The Your Toastmasters Journey resource
  • A 10- to 12-minute speech
ELECTIVES: Choose an elective
This project addresses how to identify the discussion points of a large group meeting, encourage a culture of contribution and voicing opinions, and facilitate productive discussion that yields results.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to learn about and apply the skills needed to run a lessons learned meeting during a project or after its completion.
Overview: Facilitate a lessons learned meeting for a team with which you are completing or have completed a project. This meeting is separate from your regular Toastmasters meeting. Organize and facilitate a discussion. Record the results into a document you and your team members can use to facilitate the current project or future projects. If you haven’t already, give team members an opportunity to complete a 360 evaluation of you as a team leader.(Use the 360 Evaluation resource.)Finally, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in your club about the lessons learned meeting or your leadership experience.

This project includes:

  • Recording 60 minutes of podcast content
  • A 2- to 3-minute introduction speech
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
This project addresses the skills needed to successfully moderate a panel discussion and how to be an effective participant on a panel.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply your skills as a public speaker and leader to facilitate a panel discussion.
Overview: Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. The panel discussion can be on any topic and may take place at a club meeting or outside of Toastmasters with the approval of your vice president education. Toastmasters who participate as panelists do not receive credit in Toastmasters Pathways. When you have the opportunity, volunteer to act as a panelist for another member completing this project.

This project includes:

  • Planning and moderating a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion
  • The Panelist Basics resource
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