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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The evaluator shares his feedback a little after the prepared speeches, thereby making the meeting more efficient, leaving no time for conversational digression. What images could you see in your mind? Disadvantages it takes time can be risky with a new speaker who may not know what consitutes good speaking because it lets the speaker ultimately decide it can stimulate changes that are different from what the evaluator may have suggested Some of these methods could even be combined with the speaker and evaluator having a discussion after the meeting, which other members are able to join in or also give feedback.
The evaluator talks and the speaker listens.
But there are chances that you might miss out certain points during your minutes of evaluation. They may even exaggerate to the good side. Maintain good eye contact with the speaker during the speech and evalkate an active listener.
Evaluate to Motivate
Is the material repetitious? Why did you select this particular topic? While the evaluator is responsible for providing feedback, and suggesting areas for improvement, only the speaker can actually make those improvements. The ultimate responsibility lies with the speaker.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here We listen to reply. I remember one of my evaluators who sat in the first row and yawned quite a few times during my speech. Good evening fellow and future Toastmasters! Was the language descriptive and evocative?
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This program defines mentoring, explains benefits and discusses responsibilities of mentors. Although evaluations are addressed to a particular speaker, they are also intended to benefit the other people in the audience. Morivate these speakers reducing fear is an immediate need – far more important than making mechanical improvements. Remember that your purpose is to: Club meets at 7: Always support the speaker with appropriate applause when they finish speaking.
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Other toastmasgers members may be invited to contribute. Of all the roles, I feel that the role of an evaluator is a little challenging.
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The Super Critical Evaluation: Think about what you can do to make your next evaluation more effective? Ask the speaker how they feel these problems can be solved – steer the speaker toward selecting actual methods for improvement Disadvantages it takes time can be risky with a new speaker who may not know what consitutes good speaking because it lets the speaker ultimately decide it can stimulate changes that are different from what the evaluator may have suggested Some of these methods could even be combined with the speaker and evaluator having a discussion after the meeting, which other members are able to join in or also give feedback.
The problem is that the evaluation offers nothing to help the speaker grow in toastmastes or her ability to communicate. What I saw Did the speaker use effective gestures and appropriate body language?
Your superior knowledge and greater experience do not make you a superior person, but rather, a highly credible source of feedback.
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Great and very helpful article, Monisha. As an evaluator, you can’t make the speaker change their behaviour. Exercise your powers of persuasion during those moments when a tp is deciding to join.
ALB #2 – Evaluate to Motivate
Your listeners have acted as if you failed to communicate, but have offered no suggestions on why or how you could improve! Be genuine Mptivate strengths Recognize improvements Create a climate for motivation; help them realize that they can improve more Avoid value judgments; concentrate on speakers behaviour not the person Provide positive direction; show how they can improve Evaluation Methods Toastmasters suggests 3 different evaluation methods.
Remember that you are speaking only for yourself, motivqte only your opinion. In this approach the speaker is able to just listen and focus on what the evaluator is saying.
Your function is to provide the speaker with information they can use for a basis of improvement. Encourage your listeners to apply what they heard and learned.