When you are invited to introduce your role in a Toastmaster’s meeting, your sole objective is to explain the audience your task in the meeting. TM Gaurav has done this remarkably well in this script for the role of General Evaluator. He raises some questions, the answer to which he will give as the evaluator. Check out his draft below.
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Did your speech wow the audience? If not, what could you have done to wow the audience? Or maybe it was something you shouldn’t have done? Where did the role players nail it and where’s the scope to hammer the nail some more? It’s normal for these and several other burning questions to arise after you have given your best. In Toastmasters, we answer them in the Evaluation round. As the General Evaluator, I will give a comprehensive feedback on all such aspects of today’s meeting. And to help me in my task, I have a TAG team. Let me introduce them to you now.
Thank you so much TM Gaurav for this submission.
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