Evaluate To Motivate

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For Division A Evaluation Speech Contest on October 14, 2007.

Kiminari Azuma, 2007, 2008 D76 Champion

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  • It takes will power to stick to 'what worked well' and finesse to frame that in a way that provides challenges for improvement so it doesn't feel like a whitewash. In an evaluation contest you don't have the opportunity to discuss style with the presenter, but in a regular meeting, it helps to take the time to find out how the presenter prefers their feedback. Or, follow this model, then see how the presenter responds. For a new speaker, I believe it is respectful and motivating to weight the evaluation strongly to what worked well. Thanks for positng this slide show.
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  • Wow...... you're advocating that the person does not even start with the encouraging/motivating part until the red light comes on at 3 minutes? Unless someone knows how to talk for exactly 29 seconds that is really courting with disqualification in an evaluation contest. Motivating comments should be interwoven throughout the speech evaluation. Also people join Toastmasters to improve their speaking, not always just to hear what they are already doing well, so 2.5 minutes of positive comments and only 30 seconds of what could have been done better will leave many feeling that whitewashing has occurred.
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Evaluate To Motivate

  1. 1. Evaluate to Motivate For Division A Evaluation Speech Contest October 14, 2007 Kiminari Azuma – 2007 D76 Champion Yamato Bilingual Club
  2. 2. Let’s think.
  3. 3. Ask yourself
  4. 4. How did you feel when your speech went well?
  5. 5. How was the Evaluation speech for you?
  6. 6. How did you feel when your speech didn’t go well?
  7. 7. How was your evaluator? Warm? Kind? Sincere? Encouraging? Motivational? Cold? Unkind? Discouraging? Unmotivational? Or…….
  8. 8. Whitewash?
  9. 9. Let’s think.
  10. 10. Why did you come to a Toastmasters Club?
  11. 11. Because I wanted to chair business meetings effortlessly.
  12. 12. Because I wanted to improve my public speaking skills.
  13. 13. How about you?
  14. 14. Ask yourself
  15. 15. Why did you join your club?
  16. 16. Because members were kind and friendly. Great!
  17. 17. And I liked their evaluations.
  18. 18. Even today I appreciate all my evaluators
  19. 19. Friends Helping Friends Succeed
  20. 20. Let’s think about Speech Evaluation
  21. 21. How was the WORST evaluation speech YOU have ever given?
  22. 22. “ You are not my boss.” She looked sad.
  23. 23. It was one of my BEST evaluation speeches.
  24. 24. BEST evaluation speech? How was that??
  25. 25. 0’00” – 2’ 30” 2’30” – 3’00” 3’00” – 3’28” Commend Recommend Commend wrap up 1 area for improvement 3 strong points
  26. 26. Why did she look sad? I thought that again.
  27. 27. 0’00” – 2’ 30” 2’30” – 3’00” 3’00” – 3’28” 3 strong points 1 area for improvement wrap up Commend Recommend Commend Did I motivate her? I don’t remember. Did I smile to her? I don’t remember.
  28. 28. Did I motivate her? I don’t remember. Did I smile to her? I don’t remember. Why don’t I remember it?
  29. 29. Demonstrated my skill to her. What was my focus? <ul><li>Sharp Analysis </li></ul><ul><li>Clear Structure </li></ul><ul><li>Effective Time Management </li></ul>
  30. 30. TERRIBLE MISTAKE! I didn’t motivate her.
  31. 31. 0’00” – 2’ 30” 2’30” – 3’00” 3’00” – 3’28” 3 strong points 1 area for improvement wrap up Commend Recommend Commend Without encouragement Without encouragement
  32. 32. After many months….
  33. 33. Musashi Kosugi Club Atsugi Zama Club Gartner Japan Club Aoyama Lunch Club Yamanote Club Tokyo Bilingual Club Mizonokuchi Club Sunrise Club D’Utama Advanced Club Tokyo Club Key Force Club Yokohama Club Mikasa Club Den En Toshi Club Central Penn Club People’s Square Club PuDong Club TRAFS Club Mikasa Club Shonan Club Kamakura Club Edo Club Tokyo International Club
  34. 34. I learned. How to evaluate to motivate.
  35. 35. Evaluate to motivate. To make a speaker feel. Yes, I can. I want to try it!
  36. 36. Let’s feel the power of positive thoughts. EXPERIMENT
  37. 37. Copyright : Dr. Jerry V. Teplitz From “ Power of Mind ” workshop at 2007 Toastmasters World Conference on Aug 16, 2007 in Phoenix, Arizona.
  38. 38. Let’s see…
  39. 39. Strength 0’00” – 2’ 30” 2’30” – 3’00” 3’00” – 3’30” Be honest Be friendly Be specific
  40. 40. Room for Improvement Mission Possible 0’00” – 2’ 30” 2’30” – 3’00” 3’00” – 3’30” Evaluate only areas that the speaker has power to change .
  41. 41. Wrap Up Positive note 0’00” – 2’ 30” 2’30” – 3’00” 3’00” – 3’30” Self-esteem Self-confidence
  42. 42. 0’00” – 2’ 30” 2’30” – 3’00” 3’00” – 3’28” Commend Recommend Commend Yes, I can. I want to try it! wrap up 1 area for improvement 3 strong points
  43. 43. Friends Helping Friends Succeed
  44. 44. Let’s think.
  45. 45. Why did YOU become a Toastmaster?
  46. 47. The Mission of the Club The mission of a Toastmasters club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
  47. 48. Evaluate to Motivate For Division A Evaluation Speech Contest October 14, 2007 Kiminari Azuma – 2007 D76 Champion Yamato Bilingual Club

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