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Author JohnEvan  Date 13 Mar 18, 13:19  Views 58
Description Cheltenham Speakers – Speech Evaluator Guidance
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Cheltenham Speakers – Speech Evaluator Guidance

Before the Meeting:



  • Check the website to see who you are evaluating and their speech information.

  • If it is a CC speech, bring your CC manual.

  • Have a plan for the format of your evaluation.


At the Meeting:



  • Meet with your speaker to discuss their speech and objectives:

    • Remind them of timings

    • Have their speech title in front of you




Introducing Speakers:



  • Be positive and energetic!

  • Tell us: Manual, speech number and title, timings of their speech, objectives, any personal objectives

  • To introduce: Name, speech title. Speech title, name. For example:

  • ‘Our next speaker is James Anderson with “How to play cricket”. With “how to play cricket”, please welcome James Anderson.

  • If the speaker is doing their 1st Speech (Icebreaker) or 10th Speech, remind the audience of the standing ovation at the start and end of the speech.      


Evaluating:



  • Avoid using ‘you’, referring directly to the speaker, or giving them more attention that the rest of the audience.

  • Make sure you state whether they met the objectives or not.

  • The rest is up to you, but some general tips:

    • Make points that the whole audience can learn from

    • Demonstrate how (e.g show body language use, alter your voice as they did)

    • Point for improvements can be very small – always make sure you have at least one

    • Make PFIs clearly actionable. Instead of ‘Use better eye contact’, demonstrate how it could be implemented.

    • End on a positive!




Post Meeting:



  • Fill in the speaking manual as required.

    
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