Toastmasters are all individual people and I’m delighted to tell you about myself and why I do what I do.
I have had a varied experience over the years in many forms of employment, largely in the ceramic tile industry. One of my values is that I always consider myself a ‘people person’. This leads to the belief that I should treat people in a way that I would want to be treated. I definitely give one hundred percent in whatever I turn my hand to.
In 2008 I trained to become a toastmaster with The English Toastmasters Association, having recognised the importance of the toastmaster role. The duties vary between weddings and other functions, as I tend to become a personal assistant at weddings too. Although no longer a member this association, I still maintain the very high standards which were instilled at the time. Fortunately I now put them into practice with The Great British Toastmasters which was formed in 2012.
It has been privileged to work at over two hundred and fifty different functions during these past ten years. These weddings and events have presented me so many opportunities to ensure that my clients have the most memorable time. My aim is always to be caring in my approach, but deliver ‘Etiquette with flair on every occasion’.