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Rae Stonehouse DTM delivers a training session on conflict management at the Club Officer training session in Kelowna in February 2014.
This video was recorded in May of 2010 at a meeting of Okanagan Advanced Toastmasters (OATS) #69325. The lighting is poor and the camera person not quite clear on the concept of keeping the subject in the frame :-)
Rae Stonehouse DTM, PDG Division C Governor (09-10) presenting "Making Stronger Clubs" at the District 21 Toastmasters Area Governor Training, June 26, 2009, Surrey, B.C.
Toastmasters 101: Overview of Educational System by Rae Stonehouse DTM
This presentation was recorded live at a meeting of the Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters and provides an overview of the Toastmasters Educational Program. This video helps clarify the program.
Rae Stonehouse presents "A Sales Approach to Increasing Toastmasters Club Membership" Oct 12, 2010
In September of 2010, Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters membership dropped to six members. This presentation by Rae Stonehouse DTM PDG club President, was delivered as an educational session to encourage club members to take a sales approach to turning guests into members.
Talk Up Toastmasters: Club Building 101 Recorded Sept 19-15
Join Rae Stonehouse DTM PDG (District 21) as he facilitates an on-line discussion with panelists from around the globe on tips & techniques of what works and what doesn't for Toastmasters club membership building.
Have I Got A Deal for You!
Rae Stonehouse DTM, President Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters explains how to use a "Toastimonial" to attract people to come out as guests to your club meeting. This was recorded at the November 2015 club meeting of Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters.
Past, Present & Future
Rae Stonehouse delivers his # 15 Icebreaker Speech to fellow members of Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters on February 9, 2016 at a club meeting. In it he shares why he joined Toastmasters, why he has stayed and what he has gotten out of his membership and his future plans for his membership. Introduction of Rae is provided by Sandra Stonehouse CC, while serving as our Toastmaster for the evening.
Booze & Canoes: A Blast from the Past!
This video was recorded at the April 19, 2016 meeting of Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters and is presented by Rae Stonehouse DTM. It was originally presented as the test speech for the Division C Evaluation Speech Contest in Vernon B.C, a few days earlier. Enjoy!
So You Think You are Having a Bad Day
This video was recorded at a meeting of Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters early in 2017 and is presented by Rae Stonehouse DTM, PDG.
This video is the first version that Rae Stonehouse DTM PDG practiced at a meeting of Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters in preparation for the Fall 2018 District 21, Division K, Area 80 Humorous Speech Contest. Club members helped Rae fine tune his speech for the upcoming contest.
Mr. Emcee in Action: Introducing Speakers @ Entrepreneur Conference in Kelowna
Mr. Emcee aka Rae Stonehouse demonstrating introducing speakers at the OVES Unleashing Ideas Conference November 2013 in Kelowna.
Mr. Emcee in Action: Welcoming Comments to Conference Attendees
Rae Stonehouse aka Mr. Emcee demonstrates master of ceremonies comments at the Unleashing Ideas Conference hosted by the Okanagan Valley Entrepreneurs Society in Kelowna, B.C. in November 2013.
Mr Emcee Elder Abuse Awareness Forum Promo June 2012
This video was recorded in June 2012 at a meeting of the Okanagan Advanced Toastmasters (OATs) in Kelowna, B. C.
April 28th is the National Day of Mourning in Canada. The Day honours the memory of workers who have been killed, injured or suffered an illness as a result of a work-related incident.
A recent Bulletin by the BCNU (B.C. Nurses Union) states …
In BC there were 175 fatalities in 2014, up from the 128 in 2013. That is more than 3 people each week who lost their lives while doing their job.
The Stigma of Depression
I have often heard the Okanagan touted as a destination location for golfers. Agritourism and wineries seem to be making a rally as well as one of the leading tourist draws to our beautiful Okanagan. I’m not a golfer, nor am I all that interested to learn where my bottle of wine originated.
Today’s inspiration for editorial comes from a posting to Facebook from a colleague, Darren Jacklin.