Increase Your Mental Flexibility – presented by TECS Toastmasters. Tuesday December 5, 2017, 7 PM

Place: Room MC331 U of T Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Building, 5 Kings College Road, Toronto.

Mental flexibility is the ability to think creatively and adapt quickly to new information. Through this workshop, you will go through several exercises designed to develop better listening, observation and problem solving skills. You will learn ways of approaching situations that allow you to adapt your behaviour so you can achieve the best outcomes.

Presented by Kenji Ferguson:
Kenji Ferguson, EIT, CAPM is a project coordinator on multidisciplinary building engineering projects. He has been a Toastmaster for over 2 years and is currently the club president of TECS Toastmasters.

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About TECS (Toastmasters)

Is the fear of public speaking holding you back in social situations and in your career aspirations. TECS Toastmaster Speakers Club is here to help. The Toronto Engineering Club of Speakers (TECS) Toastmaster Club was initiated by the West Toronto Chapter of the Professional Engineers of Ontario to provide an opportunity for Professional Engineers, engineering students and others in the engineering community to develop their speaking and leadership skills. It meets weekly except on weeks that have a statutory holiday at the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering building, 5 King’s College Road, Room 331, from 7:00PM to 8:30PM. Come as a guest to check us
out.

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