About Incheon Toastmasters

Incheon Toastmasters Club is one and only Toastmasters club in Incheon, South Korea. It was originally chartered in August 2014 as a corporate club and got transformed to a community club in July 2016.

Incheon Toastmasters Club welcomes everyone who is interested in overcoming fear of public speaking, developing communication skills, learning to become an excellent leader, and having fun with like-minded people.

We have a wide variety of members from different backgrounds and cultures. We all help each other grow and learn in the safest environment. We make mistakes and learn from those mistakes. We don’t judge but encourage.

Don’t hesitate to visit us. We will be waiting for you with the warmest smile.

You can send us an email to ictm.office@gmail.com if you have any specific question!

How Toastmasters Works

How Toastmasters Works

At Toastmasters, members learn by speaking to groups and working with others in a supportive environment. A typical Toastmasters club is made up of 20 to 30 people who meet once a week for approximately an hour or two. Each meeting gives members several opportunities:

  • Conduct meetings
    • Members learn how to plan and conduct meetings.
  • Give impromptu speeches
    • Members present one- to two minutes, impromptu speeches about assigned topics.
  • Present prepared speeches
    • Members present speeches based on projects from Toastmasters’ communication and leadership program. Projects cover topics such
      as speech organization, vocal variety, language, gestures and persuasion.
  • Offer constructive evaluation
    • Every speaker is assigned an evaluator who points out speech strengths and offers suggestions for improvement.

Toastmasters Tools

Upon joining a Toastmasters club, each new member receives resources about how to become a better speaker and a more confident leader. Members also have access to a wide variety of educational resources. In addition, they receive the award-winning Toastmaster, a monthly magazine that offers the latest insights about speaking and leadership techniques.

Toastmasters and Leadership

Leadership takes practice. In Toastmasters, members learn leadership skills by organizing and conducting meetings and completing projects. The projects address skills such as listening, planning, motivating, and team building and give members the opportunity to practice them. Just as Toastmasters members improve communication by speaking, they learn leadership skills by leading.