Waveley Communicators Update

FACEBOOK

Waverley Communicators is now on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WaverleyCommunicators

If you are a Facebook member, please ‘Like’ the club’s page either in Facebook or by clicking on the link at the side of this page.  

WIKIPEDIA

The club is also on Wikipedia, although we do not have our own page.  After designing a page for the club and uploading it, someone came along and edited it and linked it to Toastmasters International.

If you search for the club on Wikipedia, don’t be surprised when you are taken to TMI’s page instead.  However, all is not lost as, at least, it gives the club extra exposure. 

GUEST BOOK

I have added two new pages to the website – you can see them in the links at the top of every page.

One page is a Guest Book. This shows some of the comments that guests leave in their feedback forms at the end of every meeting. 

The comments are all favourable and the most used word to describe the club is ‘friendly’. Others are ‘professional’, ‘relaxed’, ‘encouraging’, ‘educational’, and ‘humour’.  

One guest likes ‘the formality and the informality’ of the meetings.  it may sound slightly confused but we know what they mean!

MEMBER SURVEY

The other new page is the Member Survey our then VPM, Stephen Dix, carried out in April this year. 70% of the members responded and the members were either ‘satisfied’ or ‘very satisfied’ with all aspects of the club.

There were one or two comments about possible improvements and the committee have taken note and are addressing them.

Post written by Moira Beaton DTM, Vice President Public Relations

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