Pathways Evaluation Forms

Pathways

PATHWAYS EVALUATION FORMS

Evaluations are a fundamental part of Toastmasters. We learn and improve by giving and receiving good evaluations.

In a verbal evaluation, the evaluator begins with what they did well, makes a few suggestions for improvement, and then concludes their evaluation with what they did very well, followed by a summary.

Pathways projects include either one or two speeches that needs to be delivered to complete the project.

Following are the evaluation forms for all the Pathways projects. They are PDFs. In most cases, they contain editable fields. This means the evaluator can type the evaluation directly onto the form if they wish, and email it to the speaker.

Alternatively, you can click on the link, download the form to your computer and print it.

Active Listening
Advanced Mentoring
Building A Social Media Presence
Communicate Change
Connect With Storytelling
Connect With Your Audience
Create A Podcast
Creating Effective Visual Aids
Cross-Cultural Understanding
Deliver-Social-Speeches-Speech-One-and-Two
Deliver Your Message With Humor

Develop A Communication Plan
Develop Your Vision – Speech One and Two
Distinguished Toastmasters – Speech One and Two

Effective Body Language
Engage Your Audience with Humor

Ethical Leadership
Evaluation And Feedback – Speech One
Evaluation And Feedback – Speech-Two
Evaluation And Feedback – Speech Three
Focus On the Positive
Generic Evaluation
High Performance Leadership – Speech One and Two
Ice Breaker
Improvement Through Positive Coaching
Inspire Your Audience
Introduction To Toastmasters Mentoring
Know Your Sense of Humor
Lead In Any Situation
Leading In Difficult Situations
Leading In Your Volunteer Organization
Leading Your Team
Lessons Learned
Make Connections Through Networking
Manage Change
Manage Online Meetings
Manage Projects Successfully – Speech One and Two
Managing A Difficult Audience
Managing Time Mentoring
Moderate A Panel Discussion
Motivate Others
Negotiate The Best Outcome
Persuasive Speaking
Planning and Implementing
Prepare For An Interview
Prepare To Speak Professionally
Present A Proposal
Public Relations Strategies
Question And Answer
Reaching Consensus Option One and Option Two
Reflect On Your Path
Researching And Presenting
Speech Profile Vocal Variety
Successful Collaboration
Team Building Speech One and Two
The Power of Humor in an Impromptu Speech
Understanding Conflict Resolution
Understanding Emotional Intelligence
Understanding Your Communication Style
Using Descriptive Language
Using Presentation Software
Write A Compelling Blog

Click here to download a zip file of all Evaluation Forms



Division A – Evaluation Workshop

Division A – Evaluation Workshop

AM Lockport will be hosting an Evaluation Workshop on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 from 9:00-2:00pm at Lockport High School – Room 230, 250 Lincoln Avenue, Lockport, NY 14094.   Click Here to Download the PDF

Lockport Eval Workshop

All District 65 members are welcome to join in on learning how to evaluate effectively and offer opportunities to give speeches throughout the day.

Workshop Begins at 9:00 am with the presentation and then multiple speeches followed by open and group evaluations until 12:00 noon. From 12:00 noon until 2:00 pm, additional speeches will be shared and practice evaluations will be given. 

If you would like to present a speech for evaluation, you must register in advance and provide your toastmasters project details, written introduction and evaluation guide in advance.

For more information please contact:

AM Lockport – Club President – Deborah Franco

Email: debster401@msn.com or

Phone: 716-308-7100

Evaluation Workshop Meeting

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Evaluation Workshop Meeting

By Keith Maderer, Club Growth Director

If you have members that are just not comfortable offering feedback and doing evaluations for their fellow toastmasters, plan an Evaluation workshop meeting.

Use your regular meeting time to teach existing and new members how to do better evaluations. Then encourage and challenge them to step up at the next meetings and practice their new found evaluation skills.

If you schedule 2 speakers then break up into 4 groups and have each group offer a different evaluation technique for each speech. Your members will see and participate in 4 different styles of evaluations. I always try to have a final round robin discussion with all members participating to share their insights on what they learned.

Give this a try and watch your members begin giving better constructive feedback and guidance. As your evaluations improve, so will the quality of your speakers and your meetings. As your meetings become more fun and enlightening, more guests will see the value and ask to join. As more members join and spread the word… well you know the rest.

Enjoy your journey.

I have included a link to an Evaluation Workshop PDF handout that I use which can act as a guide unless you have a better one.

Evaluation Workshop Booklet:

https://secureservercdn.net/166.62.110.213/zhm.631.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Evaluation-Workshop-Booklet-06-27-2017.pdf

Check this related post:

https://tmdistrict65.org/club-meeting-roles-cheat-sheets/