This manual is part of the THE SUCCESSFUL CLUB SERIES. A little talk at the Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati, Philippines on The Successful Club Series Evaluate to Motivate by ACG-ALB Raju. Evaluate to Motivate. Why Evaluate? Logical. Communication is not a one way process. Did your communication succeed? How could it have been more.
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How to Evaluate Effectively?
Successful Club Series – District 4 Toastmasters
Did the speaker use effective gestures and appropriate body language? You are not speaking on behalf of the audience; in fact, your opinions may differ from those of the rest of the audience. Think about what you can do to make your next evaluation more effective? A critic just identifies strengths and weaknesses.
What words were used? Another form of evaluation is the super critical evaluation where the evaluator says only negative things about the speech and maybe even the speaker. Riverside, CA We invite you to be our guest at one of our meetings. I remember one of my evaluators who sat in the first row and yawned quite a few times during my speech. Some of them do have a super memory to store everything right there.
Where appropriate, demonstrate what you mean. Specifically, this may mean that the evaluator will point out something that we did not catch.
Before we get ahead of ourselves, I think we need to ask ourselves the question: How do we Improve? The problem is that the evaluation offers nothing to help the speaker grow in his or her ability to communicate.
It is advised that the evaluator takes notes during evaluation. Suggestions for improvement will help the speaker to focus more clearly on areas that need work.
ALB #2 – Evaluate to Motivate
The ultimate responsibility lies with the speaker. Exercise your powers of persuasion during those moments when a guest is deciding to join.
The more effective we are in evaluating each other, the more each one toatsmasters us will profit from the experience, whether we are delivering a speech, evaluating, or sitting in the audience.
I can hear you how it can be difficult to collect your thoughts and write them down.
Always focus on how the speaker is going to benefit from your evaluation. Always support the speaker with appropriate applause when they finish speaking.
Evaluate to Motivate
In this approach the speaker is able to just listen and focus on what the evaluator is saying. Presentation link to order Description Digital Content Moments Of Truth How to recognize and deal with situations critical to club success. Provide toastmasterrs speaker with information, in the form of descriptive feedback, related to the impact of his or her communicative effort on you. As an evaluatorwe learn to sharpen our listening and analytical skills. So when you evaluate, remember that he or she is waiting for a comment about an area to improve.
How many of you dread being an evaluator? But over time, it becomes old and stale and will demoralize the atmosphere of a toastmastwrs.
A speaker will long remember a super critical evaluation but never in a positive way. Good evening fellow and future Toastmasters! Also may be good for speakers with a lot of experience who feel that they need tougher evaluations. After all, we all know that we have areas to work on and we know that we have good skills that can be improved. What I saw Did the speaker use effective toastmsters and appropriate body language? Of all the roles, I feel that the role of an evaluator is a little challenging.