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Here are the sides from my Evaluate to Motivate speech. This speech is from the Successful Club Series manual.

Here are the sides from my Evaluate to Motivate speech. This speech is from the Successful Club Series manual.
Only some of my slides are notated. Enjoy!

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Evaluate to Motivate Evaluate to Motivate Presentation Transcript

  • Evaluate to Motivate
    Michael Wainstein
    September 28, 2009
  • Discuss the importance of speech evaluations
    Bring awareness to the impact of an evaluation
    Identify techniques on how to evaluate so
    1) The speaker will receive beneficial information and advice
    2) The Speaker will be encouraged to continue presenting speeches
    Objectives:
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  • Effective Evaluation
    The Impact of an Evaluation
    Audience learns
    a different opinion of the presented speech and a good model for an effective evaluation
    Evaluator learns to sharpen listening skills, diplomatic coaching skills, and public speaking skills
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  • The Impact of an Evaluation
    Evaluations Benefit Speakers By…
    Providing immediate feedback
    Offering methods for improvement
    Building and maintaining
    self esteem
  • The Impact of an Evaluation
    Effective Evaluation
  • Evaluator Speaks
    Tell & Sell Approach
    Speaker Listens
  • Show that you are interested
    Speak to the speaker prior to the speech
    Consider the speaker’s objectives
    Plan to be diplomatic
    Your job is to describe the effects the speaker’s speech had on you
    WhatISaw
    What I heard
    What I felt
    How to Evaluate Effectively
  • Evaluate the speech – Not the person!
    Promote self esteem
    No Whitewashing
    How to Evaluate Effectively
  • The Yes-No-Yes Method