General Evaluator · Guest Contributions

A grandiose intro for the General Evaluator

Truth be told, we were at a loss how to title this script for the role of General Evaluator submitted by TM Mark from New York. We thought of several but none could do justice to this grandiose description for the role. And that’s when the word grandiose struck to us as the apt description. Let us know your thoughts.

RELATED: How to do the role of General Evaluator?

Role of General Evaluator
Role of General Evaluator

I may sound self obsessed when I say that I play an important role in today’s meeting but trust me I don’t intend to. Frankly speaking, I may actually be underplaying my role by calling it simply important. The role of a General Evaluator falls somewhere between crucial and pivotal on the significance barometer. That’s because in Toastmasters, we believe in improving ourselves in every meeting. And as the General Evaluator today, it’s my job to inform you how you can learn and improve from today’s meeting. I will appreciate all the good that happens today but more importantly give feedback on aspects where we can improve. Now this is clearly not a one man job. So I have recruited a team of role players to help me out. Let me introduce them to you.

Thank you so much TM Mark for this submission.

We here at mymeetingroles.com are making a collection of scripts / introductions for all roles in Toastmasters. If you have such ideas or scripts that you have used in your club, let us know here or email us at hello@mymeetingroles.com.

For more ideas to introduce yourself as a General Evaluator, look here.

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