Slack Community – a New Way to Connect with Toastmasters from Across the World

If you’re in the market for a new way to engage with your club, your District, or Toastmasters from across the globe – sign-up to join the Toastmasters Slack Community today and connect with Toastmasters like never before.

What is Slack?

Slack is a messaging platform built for teams to discuss activities, collaborate on projects, and stay connected from anywhere in the world. Discussions are organized into #channels that you can search.

Download Slack Here

Who is this Community for?

If you’re looking for a place to…

  • ask quick questions from a broad audience…
  • share a cool story…
  • Learn about new ways to communicate and collaborate with your club…
  • Try something different.

As long as you’re a current Toastmaster, you are welcome to join!

What is the Slack Community for?

The objective is to create a network of Toastmasters who enjoy open discussion and sharing their knowledge and experience.  Stop by to discuss the ongoing challenges and successes of your club, learn new tricks and share your own favorite resources.

Additionally, this community is a support group for those interested in adopting Slack (or any other SAAS such as Free2Host, WordPress for Toastmasters) to modernize their club operations. Get support- give support.

If you’re looking for something in between social media and email, please sign-up today!

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Radio ads

Beginning May 1, 2017 and continuing for the whole month, you may hear a toastmasters radio ad in the rural areas of District 64 and Winnipeg. Check out these stations between 6 and 9 am, drive time! You can thank the Carillon Club’s PR team under the leadership of Mike Poirier for this initiative!

Mix 96 (96.7) Steinbach and most of Winnipeg
CJRB 1220 Brandon
Mix 96.5 Portage
Q104 Kenora
The Eagle 93.5 (Pembina Valley)

Let us know if you hear an ad. We hope they help you to build membership. Ask your guests where they heard about Toastmasters. If you are one of our rural clubs, you have received an email with directions about how to participate.

May and June are Toastmasters Beat the Clock membership contest months. Add five new paid members in May and June and win a prize from Toastmasters International. The prize is a rare banner ribbon and a 10% discount at the TI online shop.

I dont think I need to tell you why building membership is important, do I?

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