Toastmasters launches education program Pathways
Toastmasters has launched the "Pathways" learning experience.
The launch marks the first complete redesign of Toastmasters’ education program since the organization was founded in 1924.
Toastmasters is recognized globally for empowering individuals to develop and improve their public speaking and leadership skills through local club meetings offering practice, evaluation and mentoring. Pathways builds on that foundation by helping members build the competencies they need to communicate and lead in a range of situations.
Pathways offers expanded skill development and competencies that users can apply in their careers, personal lives and in the community.
Since the launch of the Pathways program last year, users have leveraged the skills learned through the program to advance their careers. And employers around the world are using Pathways as an inexpensive option to retain their employees and enhance the skills of their workforce.
After extensive research, Toastmasters created Pathways, offering contemporary skills that can be applied in a variety of practical settings. The program’s three most popular paths are Innovative Planning, Presentation Mastery and Dynamic Leadership.
Since the Pathways rollout began in last year, more than 100,000 unique users from 135 countries have participated in the program, completing 64,000 projects with another 70,000 projects in progress.
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