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Evaluate to Motivate. Role of Evaluator. Provide honest reaction in a constructive manner. Do not pass judgment or orders. Give opinion – what was good, what needs improvement. Give specific recommendations. How to Prepare. Read the project. Read the evaluation guide for the project.

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role of evaluator
Role of Evaluator
  • Provide honest reaction in a constructive manner.
  • Do not pass judgment or orders.
  • Give opinion – what was good, what needs improvement.
  • Give specific recommendations.
how to prepare
How to Prepare
  • Read the project.
  • Read the evaluation guide for the project.
  • Talk with the speaker or leader.
written evaluation
Written Evaluation
  • Get the manual from the leader.
  • Listen very carefully and watch closely.
  • Make notes on the evaluation guide.
  • After the speaker or leader has finished, begin preparing evaluation.

REMEMBER YOU NEED NOT COMMENT ON EVERY QUESTION.

verbal evaluation
Verbal Evaluation
  • Select two or three most important points.
  • Be honest.
  • Mention what person did well and what needs improvement.
  • Evaluate only areas that can be changed.
  • Give specific details.
how to evaluate effectively
How to Evaluate Effectively
  • Show that you are interested.
  • Look directly at the speaker or leader.
  • Don’t use delivery skills – spot light should be on the speaker or leader.
  • Avoid exaggerated gestures.
avoid whitewash
Avoid Whitewash
  • Do not choose only to praise the speaker.
  • Do not cover up flaws with flattery.
  • Give the speaker or leader some challenge.
how to say it
How to Say it
  • Speak for yourself – use ‘I’ instead of ‘we’
  • Avoid judgmental words and phrases
  • Personalize your language, e.g.,
    • “I was confused”, “I was impressed when”
  • Don’t repeat a point once said.
  • Avoid words like “never” and “always.”
promote self esteem
Promote Self Esteem
  • Encourage and inspire the speaker to participate again.
  • Give honest and sincere praise.
  • Give helpful direction when necessary
  • Always end your evaluation on an upbeat note.
your conclusion
Your Conclusion
  • The Speaker or leader should feel motivated and eager to begin working on next project.
  • Finish by pointing out a particular part of the person’s efforts that you really liked and the effect it had on you.
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