We are in awe of this script for the role of General Evaluator by TM Amelia from Calgary. TM Amelia here echoes the thought all public speakers have when they make speeches. We are sure this introduction for her role made an instant connects with her club members. Take a look.
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You walk up to the stage with a bunch of plans in your mind. Perhaps you might have planned to do a little bit of voice modulation in beginning, create vivid imagery in the middle and obviously use great body language throughout. How do you know if you excelled in your plans when you get off the stage? That’s where evaluations come into play. In Toastmasters, every session has an evaluation round where we appreciate all things that were good but more importantly give recommendations on things that could have been better so that you know exactly how successful were you in your plan. I am the General Evaluator today and to help me in this task, I have a TAG team. Let me introduce this team now.
Thank you so much TM Amelia for this submission.
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