Naiman earns Toastmaster award
Last updated 2/15/2007 at Noon
Joe Naiman, county correspondent for the Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News, has been recognized as an Advanced Communicator Gold for participation in the Toastmasters International communication program.
Advanced Communicator Gold recognition is the highest award in the communication program, a self-paced training program that helps participants improve their speaking skills in a club environment. To achieve Advanced Communicator Gold status, participants must complete a series of challenging speech assignments, conduct a training program and mentor a new member.
Completing these requirements involves several years of study and excellent communication skills. It also involves tremendous self-discipline and a strong interest in self-improvement. By achieving Advanced Communicator Gold recognition, Toastmaster Naiman has shown a commitment to excellence in communication and a desire to apply these communication skills in all facets of life.