Welcome to Ashgrove Forum
Ashgrove Forum is a friendly, supportive group that meets once a month in the Brisbane inner city area. The aim of our meetings is to improve confidence and communication skills. Members learn and practise public speaking, how meetings run, the roles and duties of office bearers and workshop facilitation. Feel free to contact us if you would like to learn new skills, enhance your abilities and meet new people. Visitors are always welcome.
Check out our Find a Forum link above for Forum clubs for wider Queensland residents.
Email: Ashgrove Forum
Facebook – Forum Communicators: https://www.facebook.com/forumcommunicators/
Health and Safety
Please do not attend if you are experiencing any cold and flu symptoms.
Ashgrove Forum meets at 6:45pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Meetings are held in the meeting room at the rear of the Ashgrove Library
87 Amarina Ave, Ashgrove
RSVP: Please email us any time before the meeting to confirm details: email@example.com
Dress: casual/smart casual/work wear
Suits 16 years and above.
What others are saying …
If you value feeling confident at work and in social settings and want to communicate effectively for personal and professional success – join Forum! – Ben, Bayside Forum
I was introduced to Forum by an amazingly helpful member whose guidance and mentoring helped me quickly see the importance of both speaking with confidence and being able to run an effective meeting in my role then as Retirement Living Officer. Attaining and practising those skills meant that all avenues of my life changed and so many opportunities opened up. I am forever grateful to Forum for its inspirational leaders and members. – Elaine, Bayside Forum
Calendar of upcoming meetings – please note that many of our meetings include speeches AND learning segments to assist you to become a confident presenter
20th September 2023
Speeches to the title “Women Who Made A Difference In Australian Society”
18th October 2023
Speeches to the title “Lost and Found”
15th November 2023
Speeches to the title “An Australian Poet or Artist’s work & their impact on Australia”
2nd December 2023 (Saturday)
Christmas Party & final gathering for 2023
17th January 2024 – Happy New Year!
Speeches to the title “An Historic Event in Australian History that has had an Impact”