During his career Kai has earned over 45 awards.
Here is a brief description of some:
The prestigious Accredited Speaker award is given to members of Toastmasters International, the world's largest public speaking organization, who have attained a professional level of public speaking skills. In 30 years, only 60 people have earned this designation.
To receive this award, candidates have to complete 25 engagements to community groups and corporations, varying in topic and purpose to include speeches that persuade, entertain, inform and motivate. After submitting and passing a taped presentation, candidates then deliver a live presentation before an audience and panel of five judges. Kai was the 45th speaker to earn this award.
Presented to Kai Rambow, DTM, International Director, "For continued service to his Club, District and Toastmasters International. A truly dedicated Toastmaster." A long-time member, Kai was recognized for years of leadership service to the organization and continuing contributions after leaving leadership roles.
"top ten" sales - australia:
This award, presented to Kai by a leading international public seminar company, was given in recognition of product sales for the year. Kai had the 5th highest per capita average.
fifth highest overall score - canada:
Out of 400 trainers for an international training firm, Kai had one of the highest overall scores for all programs for the year.
high single seminar score:
This award, presented to Kai by one of the leading public seminar companies, required a minimum of 75 percent of evaluations turned in, and the highest score for that program that year.
Also presented to Kai by the largest seminar company, this award also required a minimum of 75 percent of evaluations turned in, and the highest overall score for that program for the entire year.
Starting with 150 contestants at the club level, Kai competed and won all four levels, including the highest level, of the Humorous Speech competition in District 60 (Ontario) Toastmasters. Contestants are required to put together their own original, humorous speech.
Again starting at the club level, Kai competed and won all four levels, including the highest level, of the Table Topics (impromptu speaking), competition in Toastmasters (Ontario). Without any prior knowledge, contestants are given a topic and must speak on that topic immediately for two to three minutes.
distinguished toastmaster award:
The highest recognition any Toastmaster can earn for communication and leadership skills, Kai has earned this award twice. To reach this level members must complete their Competent Toastmaster Award, Advanced Toastmaster Award and have served both as a club officer and a district officer.
Working with a Fortune 500 client as an information analyst, Kai successfully had his contract extended twice due to the caliber of his work. For well over a year, he commuted two hours each way and took no vacation time. Kai's contributions to the client and the company, dedication and professionalism were recognized with this award at the company's annual banquet.