How to perform the Toastmasters General Evaluator Role
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The General Evaluator gives feedback to the meeting participants who have not already been evaluated and evaluates the general running order of the evening.
The General Evaluator evaluates everything that takes place during the club meeting. In addition, the General Evaluator conducts the evaluation portion of the meeting and is responsible for the evaluation team: the speech evaluators, Ah Counter, grammarian and timer. As General Evaluator, you:
Ensure other evaluators know their tasks and responsibilities.
Explain the purpose and benefits of evaluations to the group.
Identify and confirm meeting assignments with the timer, grammarian and Ah-Counter.
Confirm the club meeting program and/or checklist with the Toastmaster.
During the meeting, take notes and report on all club proceedings to evaluate things such as timeliness, enthusiasm, preparation, organization, performance of duties, etc.
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