Weyerhaeuser Win Award from Toastmasters

A Plague was presented to a Weyerhaeuser Representative with the engraved words "Toastmasters International Recognized Weyerhaeuser For Creating Value and Enhancing Employee Engagement Through Continuing Support of the Toastmasters Communications and Leadership Program."

On September 6th this year, Weyerhaeuser was honored with the first ever corporate sponsorship award from Toastmasters International: which is an international club where members learn and build public speaking and leadership skills. The award was presented at an event held by one of the Pacific Northwest's Toastmasters divisions and its club members. The event was the Division D Breakfast which encompasses the south south region of Western Washington.

Weyerhaeuser currently suuports 3 Toastmasters club by providing them with meeting rooms and hosting the Regional Division D Breakfast Event at Weyerhaeuser's cafeteria and conference hall.
It doesn't come as a surprise for a large corporation to be recognized by an international public speaking and leadership club: Toastmasters. Weyerhaeuser cultivates leadership within its employees which illustrates the corporation's organizational culture.

Weyerhaeuser employees and members of the Federal Way community come together in these clubs to proactively work on improving their communication, public speaking, networking, and leadership skills that ultimately enhances their personal and career aspects of their lives.
The Weyerhaeuser Federal Way Toastmasters Club is on of more than 8,000 Toastmaster clubs around the world providing its members with supportive public speaking and leadership development programs.
It is a great environment for working on public speaking, where members vary from business owners, college students, interns, accountants, and analysts. Its popularity is due to one of the facts that the costs of joining the club is lesser than seminars and programs that may cost up to $3000. Especially with the economy being in downward trend, many professionals are seeking ways to improve their skill sets.

Those looking to gain or improve public speaking and leadership skills are encouraged to visit the website or contact one of the club officers for more information.

Weyerhaeuser Federal Way Club Website

Email a Club officer to attend as a guest
President: Carol Rhodes

Vice President of Membership
Sung Lee

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