TO ACHIEVE, WE MUST FIRST ATTEMPT…

Progress Chart September 24th, 2022

Current Year :

1076 Combined Individual Goals Achieved

Meetings + Roles + Projects=     Individual Goals Achieved 

  • Fred –         35-46-2=83
  • Wayne –    36-41-4=81
  • Sarah –      34-45-1=80
  • Trisha –      31-30-7=68
  • Phoolchand-30-29-5=64
  • Lorne –       29-31-1=61
  • Alexander 21-24-8=53
  • Tapashya  21-22-7= 50
  • Vitalii –       26-20-4=50
  • Cynthia –   25-20-4=49
  • Jose            22-19-7=46
  • Sabina –     20-17-7=44
  • Marcia         17-15-5=37
  • Adriana-     16-15-5=36
  • Gracie –      13-13-5=31
  • Olaf –          16-11-3=30
  • David H.     10-12-8=30
  • Dalia –        12-9-5=26
  • Johnnie      12-11-1=26
  • Kate              16-8-2=26
  • Dave –         9-7-1=16
  • Patrick –      7-5-3=15
  • Emily            6-7-1=14
  • Roger –        5-5-2=12
  • Greg-            6 -4-2=12
  • Ita –             6-4-2=11
  • Oleg –             5-4-1=10
  • Susan –        3-3-1=7
  • Maria –          3-2-1=6
  • Olia –           3-3-0=6
  • Yashvin        3-2-0=5
  • Pam –          3-1-0=4
  • Cansu –        2-1-1=4
  • Vi                   2-1-0=3
  • Dalton –         1-0-0=6

Introducing your Meeting Leader

 Lorne Beauchamp

Lorne learned the basics of public speaking as a young person while attending the 4H Club.  Recognizing the value good communication skills could bring to his life, he went on to participate in a public speaking organization for more than 40 years. 

Throughout Lorne’s career working in the field of engineering, he utilized and strengthened his skills on a daily basis. 

A sought-after Master of Ceremonies, Lorne is comfortable giving speeches at important life occasions such as weddings, funerals and local Remembrance Day ceremonies.  He is our trusted Meeting Leader at Stand by Me Speakers. 

Lorne is passionate about sharing his knowledge, and he is committed to continuing his learning in our ever-changing world. 

 

 

Progress Chart August 14th, 2021

One Year Ago :

819 Combined  Group Goals Achieved

Meetings+Roles+Projects=

Personal Goals Achieved

  • Wayne 28-31-3=62
  • Fred 29-30-3=62
  • Sarah 25-29-3=57
  • Vi   25-27-4=56
  • Lorne 23-24-6=53
  • Shanshan 24-25-2=51
  • Gracie     21-22-6=49
  • Deepak 21-21-0=42
  • Pia 17-19-4=40
  • Alexander 17-18-5=39
  • Trisha 17-19-3=39
  • Cynthia 16-16-2=34
  • Gwen 12-15-7=34
  • Durga 14-14-6=34
  • Sarath 14-14-4=32
  • Vitalii 12-13-1=26
  • Dave   9-10-1=20
  • Prince 8-8-0=18
  • Sankar 7-8-2=18
  • Aaron 5-5-2=12
  • Olia 4-4-2=10
  • Rakeam     3-3-3=9
  • Viswerwara 4-4-1=9
  • Marrissa 4-4-0=8
  • Minakshi    3-3-1=7
  • Tapashya – 1-1-1=3
  • Sabina 1-1-1= 3
  • Daryl 1-1-1=3
  • Carlos 1-1-1=3
  • Kathleen 1-1-1=3
  • Hema       1-1-1=3
  • Dalton 1-1-1=3
  • Roger       1-1-0=2
  • Oleg         1-1-0=2

See what you can gain with us

 

The Agora Speakers International Foundation is a European secular educational charity that empowers people to become brilliant communicators and confident leaders who will be actively build a better world.

We provide a specialized educational program focused on developing leadership, public speaking, and critical thinking

Our training system does not involve teachers or classes. To learn and improve, our members use our online training materials and join one or more Agora local, or international clubs where they meet, practice and receive peer feedback regularly in a friendly and supportive environment.

Founded in 2016, we now have an active presence in over 70 countries through over 190 clubs worldwide.

As a true charity, our clubs are open to everyone and all of our activities and educational materials are totally free, with no sign-up, membership or chartering costs of any kind, nor any kind of mandatory purchases. Starting a local club is also free.

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      In an Agora Speakers club, there are no “experts” or “teachers” (and club meetings are not – in general –  “seminars” or “workshops”) – everyone is there for their own learning process, everyone has something to learn and to improve, everyone is your peer and your equal.

You can view clubs as a “sandbox” where you can learn to control your nervousness, stage fright, or a place to overcome your shyness. Many people also use clubs to practice specialty speeches that they need to present elsewhere – from toast speeches to best man speeches, from normal meeting presentations to keynote speeches at conferences.