Speakers Series

We offer workshops for our members and Toastmasters from other clubs.

By bringing professional speakers and trainers to give workshops to our M.E.A.T. club, we aim to raise the bar of what is expected from our club and its members.

The speakers come from our club or we invite well-known speakers and trainers who are willing to share their knowledge and experience.

MEAT Speakers series
Jessica Breitenfeld


Jessica Breitenfeld

Online, how do you know if your message is reaching them?

How can you engage and invite them to participate?

You change how you see them- they are not just an audience- rather they are
cocreators in your performance. There are two words that can shift how you see
the world and we will explore the power of them in a three step process to more
collaborative, engaging and dynamic presentations. We will explore how to be
funnier, more present and how to make the audience feel you are there for them.
Serious games and secrets of communication will be explored. Get ready for the

Jess is a certified applied improvisation practitioner, a volunteer
hospital clown and a therapist in Gestalt Psychotherapy. She has traveled
to forty-six countries and lived in eight- and she has discovered the two words
that can change how you see the world. She is called the Team Whisperer for her
engaging Team Trainings, has taught at Esade University and most importantly
always empowers participants to use their humour and humanness to thrive and
build trust in her LAB Experiences. www.JessicaBreitenfeld.com

Jessica is a member of five Professional Speakers Associations and is
the runner up winner of London´s annual Speaker Factor contest. In Toastmasters
she was awarded Best in Barcelona in Evaluation and International Speech
contest these last two years, she is here to help us engage our audience using
tricks Therapists use in online sessions to feel the participants.

Lukas Liebich

April 2021

Lukas Liebich

Think Before You Panic: Critical Thinking in Daily Life

Who takes out the trash when you say “We need to take out a trash?” 
How can you improve safety by being very particular about the color of the sweets you want?
And what should you do when two suitors ask you out for a date – both for next Friday?

Join the “Think Before You Panic” workshop to find out – and improve the way you make decisions!

About Lukas Liebich
Facilitator of Design Thinking Workshops and soft skill trainer. Past District Director of D110 – the Wild East of Europe. And a guy who is feared for making his audiences sing Britney Spears songs during training. In his quiet moments writes observations about Toastmasters and life at lukasliebich.com

April 2021

John Zimmer
A Powerful Preparation Process

It has been said that if you fail to prepare, prepare to fail. Good preparation is the foundation of any successful speech or presentation.
In this workshop, John will share with us a simple, but powerful 4-step exercise that he goes through every time he prepares for a speech or presentation, and it is something that you can use for your talks. 

For those who weren’t there, you can read the key points in the article on John Zimmer’s blog: How to write a speech-outline
On John Zimmer’s new Youtube channel you can find a video with
 7 Tips to Make you a Better Public Speaker.
If you subscribe to the channel, you will immediately hear about all new releases from John Zimmer.
About John Zimmer
Nine Times European Champion of Toastmasters public speaking contests  and a TEDx Speaker, and is regularly invited to speak at corporate and other events around the world.
John’s extensive global experiences and foreign language skills enable him to connect with audiences of any culture.
John Zimmer regularly publishes new articles on his well-known blog:
The manner of speaking.
Which is read worldwide and has over 4 million views.
He has spoken to thousands of people in 25 countries on five continents. 
Discover this podcast with John Zimmer: The Truth of the Stoyteller
Norberto Amaral

February 2021

Norberto Amaral

What does it take to make a TED talk?

Since 2006 when the first six TED talks hit YouTube, they took over the world.
Now spread across the globe in tens of thousands of events, over 160,000 talks, and billions of views, the “TED talk” format is popularised and within reach.
In this workshop, Norberto Amaral shares his tips and tricks for a good TED talk.
What does it take to make a TED talk?
How does it compare with a ‘regular’ presentation?
And, most importantly, do you have what it takes to do one?
Come to this workshop to get an insight into this increasingly relevant format and how you can benefit from it!
MEAT-Munich English Advanced Toastmasters

January 2021

Olvia Schofield
See Me – Find your authentic story for your next speech

This workshop is about showing the participants how to tap into their authentic being and craft personal stories that are relevant to the audience, and come across with confidence and authenticity.

About Olivia Schofield

Olivia Schofield is an international award winning keynote speaker. She is dedicated to helping professional men and women develop their presentation and public speaking skills, their executive presence and their ability to inspire as leaders. She delivers keynotes, runs workshops and offers individual coaching worldwide.

She is a member of the Berlin Toastmasters. She was a finalist at the Toastmasters International World Championship of Public Speaking in Las Vegas in 2011 and is known in the Toastmasters world for her great workshops e.g. in Boras and Athens, among other places.

We meet

every 1st Saturday of the month

at 10:30 to 12:00

We also meet at 3rd Saturday of the month