Corporate managers gather at Ginza to talk about how to build leadership skills through Toastmasters (November 16)

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Toastmasters International District 76, Division C, Central Tokyo Area will hold a networking event on how to build leadership skills through Toastmasters.

Three Toastmasters, all management professionals, will give speeches leadership.There will also be a panel discussion with a group of international business leaders, who are also Toastmasters.

They will share their stories and experiences of leadership in action from a Toastmasters perspective.

Event Information
Time and Date:7 pm – 9:15 pm on Friday, Nov. 16
Venue:3rd Floor Conference Room at Ginza Uni-ku
1 minute walk from Exit 4 Higashi-Ginza Station
(Hashi building II, Ginza 5-14-6, Chuo, Tokyo)
Cost:2,000 yen including food and drinks

Kiminari Azuma (Past District 76 Director of Toastmasters, 2015-2016, Entrepreneur)
Naoki Tamura (Director at Institute for Strategic Leadership)
Teppei Ikeda (CEO at Philosophia Japan, Trainer to grow global leaders)

Joe Peters (Managing Director at iSearch Worldwide K.K.(Recruiting and Executive Search)
Mariko Yamanouchi (General Manager at a major Japanese manufacturing company)
Mike Armstrong (AVP at Boyd&Moore Executive Search), Paul Timmons(Managing Director at EIRE systems K.K.) Ryuji Yokoyama (Director, Ariba Network Product Management at SAP Japan)
Taka Miyawaki (Deputy Head of Japan and Korea at AIG Japan Holdings)

19:00 – 19:05 Opening remarks
19:05 – 19:20 Keynote Speech (Mr. Azuma)
19:25 – 19:55 Panel Discussion
19:55 – 20:15 Break
20:15 – 20:25 Entertaining Speech(Mr. Tamura)
20:25 – 20:35 Leadership Speech(Mr. Ikeda)
20:35 – 21:10 Panel Q&A Session
21:10 – 21:15 Closing remarks of Pathways Educational Program

Applications can be made using the link below,
* The event will be conducted in English.

About Toastmasters International
Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. Members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of the 16,600 clubs in 141 countries that make up our global network of meeting locations. As of August 2018, there are more than 357,000 members worldwide and about 200 clubs and more than 4,000 members in Japan.
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Contact information
District 76, Toastmasters International
Ami Aoyama, PR Manager