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  • World's Worst Evaluators Original Concept by: Steve Howard, ACG and Mark D’Silva, ATM-S Presented by: ATM-G Raju Mandhyan and ATM-S Khris Albano 1 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • The Extra Terrestrial  Does not know what the speech was all about.  Has no idea whatsoever of the objectives to be achieved  Talks about out of the world issues, gossip, etc.  Ends up using valuable time and space during a meeting.  Needs to be “beamed back by Scottie.” 2 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • The Editor  Is an advanced, high-class Nit-Picker  Evaluates only language, forgets the whole package of the presentation  Primarily puts forward own literary views unknown to anyone  Speaker gets de-motivated because of the narrow perspective. 3 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • The Critic  Fault finding machine for Substance, Structure and Style  Appreciates nothing, offers no STGOs.  Effect (not intent) Speaker’s selfesteem goes to the dogs  Critics are self-absorbed, they don’t realize they are being so negative 4 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • The Uni-Curist  Has one kind of cure/feedback for all presentations  Generally makes comments about – Eye contact without explaining the benefits thereof – Body language for the sake of talking about body language – Etc;  Adds little new learning for the speaker. 5 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • Mr. Nice Guy  Has nothing but praise for every aspect of the presentation  Omits STGO’s because emphasis is on praise only  Is liberal with words like “fantastic,” “fabulous,” “superb,” until they become meaningless  Comes across as shallow and insincere 6 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • The Star Treats Speaker’s performance as secondary Uses evaluation to promote Self Overkills with personal skills Uses inane techniques, gimmicks + lot of drama. Provides little constructive feedback 7 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • The Sleaze-ball  Gushes over appearance of speaker  Hardly pays attention to what is said because he/she is so captivated by looks alone  Most suggestions are about improvement of appearance and looks  Ends up annoying the speaker 8 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • How To Be a Bad Evaluator  Evaluate as if you were E.T  Edit as if you were Shakespeare  Criticize speaker until he shrinks to death  Provide one set of solutions for all kinds of problems  Flatter the speaker till her head floats in fatty poo  Smile, gush and constantly talk about yourself until everyone leaves the room  Slurp, lick and suck-up to the speaker till he/she wants you to be padlocked in a pub. 9 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • How Not to be a Bad Evaluator  Have fair knowledge of the principles of Public Speaking  Read and know objectives of speech project  Listen actively, objectively and with a goal to improve presentation and help speaker  Shortlist suggestions and praise speech and performance highlight  Chuck out own ego and own bias  Be genuine, gentle and giving towards the speaker  Keep feedback short, sweet and well structured 10 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • Ultimate Purpose is to… Coach the Speaker to Improve 11 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13
  • World's Best Evaluators Presented By: ATM-G Raju Mandhyan and ATM-S Khris Albano 12 Presented by:Executive Toastmasters Club of Makati 11/17/13