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Author NickBenning  Date 04 Nov 16, 17:52  Views 2629
Description A brief description of the common roles
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Meeting Roles

The Toastmaster of the meeting is it's overall host, introducing all the items and linking them together.

The Prepared Speaker gives a speech for which prior notice has been given.

The Evaluator appraises a speech, giving useful commendations and recommendations.

The Timekeeper is responsible for timing items in the meeting, and signaling at appropriate points.

The Grammarian comments on the use of language during the meeting.

The Ah Counter keeps a log of distracting expressions like 'ah' and 'um'.

The Topicsmaster chairs a session of impromptu speaking topics.

The General Evaluator evaluates everything, except items that have been evaluated already, at the end of the meeting.

    
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