Meetings are online until the foreseeable future
Our meetings are now held on Zoom for the foreseeable future. Some of you may already be familiar with Zoom and have it installed, but if not, you can easily do so by going to https://zoom.us/download. Click on ‘Zoom Client for Meetings’ and then install the application.
We meet every 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursday evening and you are free to join the meeting but please let us know in advance by contacting our Vice President of Membership John Vickers at email@example.com who will be able to share the Zoom link and the password. Our Zoommaster sets up the meeting and is online from 7pm so if you are not sure how to set up then they will be on hand to help.
Here is our DISTRICT 91 Tips For Successful Club Virtual Meetings.
Do you have a fear of speaking in public? Do you want to overcome that fear?
Then you’ve come to the right place!
Everyone here at Bromley Speakers once had a fear of speaking in public. Some of us have now overcome that fear and others are at different stages on the journey thanks to the supportive and friendly environment here at the club.
This website gives you all the details you need about Bromley Speakers. Guests are very welcome at our meetings where you can get a taste of how it all works and who we are. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
What’s on this website?
- Find out more about Bromley Speakers here.
- We meet at the Ripley Arts Centre in Bromley. Get all the details here.
- Want to know the dates and times of our meetings? Just click here.
- Find out more about who we are here.
- Discover more about Pathways here
- There are some useful resources on this page.
If you want to know more why not take a look at our Facebook page.
A typical evening at Bromley Speakers
During the first half of the evening, three members give prepared speeches. Each of these speeches is then evaluated by another member of the club.
The second half of our toastmaster evening features members being asked to deliver a Table Topic impromptu speech. See below for a 17 minute presentation by an advanced member giving some useful guidance and tips.