What’s a general evaluator? What do they do? Why should you take on the role?
As I was chatting with my protege Joy today about tomorrow’s meeting, she told me that it took her 3 weeks to figure out how to spell our club’s name.
Yeah, Cuyahoga is not the easiest word to spell or even guess at the spelling of. Since it’s most prominently known as an environmental disaster site in the 1950s and 60s, I never thought she’d have a hard time with it – but our burning river has apparently lived down its reputation.
You see, I have a blind spot. I’ve pretty much lived in this part of Ohio all of my life. I don’t notice that Cuyahoga – spelled C U Y A H O G A – is a complicated word to spell. So Joy, who lives about 800 miles from us, has no idea how to find us online.
That’s what a good general evaluator does for the club meetings. They help us look at the blind spots that club might miss. Today on the podcast, we take a look at the master of the Toastmasters secret sauce of success: the role of general evaluator. Continue reading “The General Evaluator Creates Great Meetings”