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Featured Role – General Evaluator

The General Evaluator is an evaluator of everything that takes place throughout the meeting. Before the meeting Check with the Toastmaster of the meeting to find out how the programme will be conducted and if there are any planned deviations from the usual meeting format. During the meeting Take notes on everything that happens or, in your view, should happen. For example, ...
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Featured Role – Toastmaster

The main duty of the Toastmaster is to act as the host and make introductions Participants should be introduced in a way that enourages the audience to listen to them. The Toastmaster creates an atmosphere of interest, expectation, and receptivity. Usually this task will not be assigned to you until you are familiar with the Club and its procedures. Before the meeting Check with the Vice...
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Featured Role – General Evaluator

The General Evaluator is an evaluator of everything that takes place throughout the meeting. Before the meeting Check with the Toastmaster of the meeting to find out how the programme will be conducted and if there are any planned deviations from the usual meeting format. Try to contact the speech evaluators and encourage them to find out the objectives of their speakers' projects (if it...
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