General Evaluator · Guest Contributions

A GE Script with a weird inspiration

Inspiration can occur in weird forms and places. We couldn’t resist asking how New York based TM Nancy was inspired for this General Evaluator Script. Her response – “it’s my terrible obsession of checking my mobile the first thing I wake up and bam – there it was.” Check out her submission below.

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Role of General Evaluator
Role of General Evaluator

Every Toastmasters meeting has an evaluation session for the same reason each one of us has a mirror in our dressing room – to help us notice that pimple on our nose. We are all blind to our defects and deficiencies and therefore, need external aids to help us identify them. These can be in the form of medical checkups for our health, mirrors in our rooms and of course a General Evaluator in a Toastmasters meeting.

As the General Evaluator today, my role is to appreciate the good things that happen during the meet today but more importantly, like a mirror, shed light on areas that need improvements.

Helping me in my role is a team of speech evaluators who will be introduced in due course of time and a TAG Team. Let me introduce this team to you now.

Thank you so much TM Nancy for this wonderful submission.

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