Toastmasters Accredited Speaker
Chicago based Irish motivational and business speaker Conor Cunneen is one of less than 70 people in the history of Toastmasters to achieve the coveted Toastmasters Accredited Speaker designation.
The Accredited Speaker Toastmasters has been awarded to fewer than 15 percent of all applicants since the program began in 1981.
Conor achieved his Toastmasters Accredited Speaker designation in Las Vegas this year.
Cork born Conor Cunneen is a Chicago based motivational business speaker whose Brand Promise is E4: Energize, Educate, Entertain and Easy to work with.
Toastmasters Accredited Speaker Conor Cunneen can be contacted at 630 718 1643. Conor Cunneen is a Distinguished Toastmaster in addition to being an Accredited Speaker
Conor puts his Toastmasters Accredited Speaker designation to good use as an in demand Humorous, Motivational business speaker.Here you can see some clips where Conor has audiences Laughing and Learning on:
The Brand Experience
Learn the real Secret to his Irish brogue .
Accredited Speaker Conor Cunneen wondering where his hair has gone!
On its website, Toastmasters international makes the following comment about the Accredited Speaker Program: “Accredited Speakers possess professional caliber speaking skills and are able to attract and hold the attention of any audience. The expertise needed to speak professionally makes becoming an Accredited Speaker an elite accomplishment. Fewer than 15 percent of all applicants have earned the designation of Accredited Speaker since the program commenced.”
Conor Cunneen interviewed by Chicago Sun Times re Toastmasters Accredited Speaker Designation
Toastmasters Magazine interview with Conor Cunneen re Accredited Speaker Toastmasters designation. (Hit “last page viewed”)
Accredited Speaker Program Tips from Toastmasters International
Evaluation Process for Toastmasters Accredited Speaker Program
Level 1: Audio The audio presentation functions as a first-level screening of applicants for accreditation. If your application is accepted for the review panel’s consideration the panel will appraise your presentation and determine eligibility to proceed to the second review. A four out of five vote by this panel will determine if an applicant advances to Level 2. Level 2: Live Applicants who successfully complete the first-level screening are invited to appear before a live review panel at the International Convention at his or her own expense. Live presentations must be 20 to 45 minutes (depending on available time), and may or may not use visual aids, at the presenter’s discretion.
Accredited Speaker Conor Cunneen’s new book For the Love of Being Irish is now available at www.MyIrishGiftStore.com
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