Temecula business owner receives Toastmasters Communication Education Award

Kathy Sizemore, president of Professional Women Toastmastersgives a prepared speech at the club. She recently completed Toastmasters International’s Persuasive Influence Educational Pathway. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Kathryn Sizemore, owner of A-Bell Alarms Company in Temecula, was recognized by Professional Women Toastmasters of Temecula Tuesday, Dec. 15, for her achievement in completing Toastmasters International’s Persuasive Influence Educational Pathway.Toastmasters’ Persuasive Influence Educational Pathway helps speakers build their skills as an innovative communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on how to negotiate a positive outcome together with building strong interpersonal communication and public speaking skills. Each project emphasizes developing leadership skills to use in complex situations, as well as creating innovative solutions to challenges.Over the course of two years, Sizemore delivered 16 project speeches and put her leadership skills t
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.