Category Archives: Meeting Roles

GE Meeting Rating Criteria

Thanks to Sarah Pitkin for creating this suggested scale. Criteria Description Rating scale Rating Meeting Preparedness Were scheduling conflicts resolved in a timely manner? 0 – 0.5 Was there a theme for the meeting and was it communicated to the … Continue reading

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Competent Leader Evaluator: Evaluating an Evaluator under Pathways

The CLE is responsible for evaluating those performing a leadership activity during the meeting. If the member is in the traditional education program, then the evaluation will be documented in the Competent Leadership manual. If the member is in Pathways, the … Continue reading

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A Guide to Keeping Meetings On Time

Keeping meetings on time is just as important as any other part of our Toastmaster meetings. Not only will it get people out of the meeting at the expected time, but it will also give those who have meeting roles … Continue reading

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Vote Counter Duties

At each Toastmaster’s meeting, we recognize outstanding performances of our members in different categories, such as Best Table Topics, Best Speaker, Best Evaluator, and Most Improved.  The job of the Vote Counter is to count the votes and then fill … Continue reading

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Timer Duties

  They should have copies of the above form in the white plastic case from the lectern. You can also download the Time Keepers Sheet on the Forms page. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Timer Tips One of the main things is to make … Continue reading

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Table Topics Master Duties

Here are a few tips for the role of Table Topics Master. The Table Topics Master leads the portion of the meeting during which club members answer questions spontaneously. The Table Topics Master prepares a series of questions or topics … Continue reading

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Hot Seat Duties

Here are a few tips for the role of Hot Seat The Hot Seat is available to perform any role that is not filled at the start of the meeting. The Toastmaster or General Evaluator should request the Hot Seat … Continue reading

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