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  • The briefing evaluation may be completed by an audience for use by a communications coordinator to evaluate the effectiveness of low-participation meetings or presentations, which are referred to as a briefing, where the plan is to communicate important activities. 
  • The meeting evaluation may be used by meeting facilitators or team leaders to determine if they are conducting effective meetings, which call for active participation from the majority of attendees.

This self-evaluation may be used as a personal tool for individuals to learn how well they manage their planning for goal and priority achievement using time management techniques.

This evaluation may be used as a weekly or monthly evaluation tool for teams to see where they are in their development cycle.

 

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 Interpreting the Evaluation Results 

  • Briefing

·         Facilities/Equipment Statement 1-4 with a score or 4-5 indicate comfort level of room or availability of equipment was not acceptable and should be improved before next use or another location should be planned.

·       Presentations Statement 5-9 with a score of 4-5 indicates the presenters or their use of visuals was not as effective as they could have been in communicating the message.  Delivering or developing presentations training or coaching may be recommended.  Meeting management may also be an option for training.

·      NOTE:  An optional comments section may be added to the evaluation to get ideas for improvement in specific areas from the audience.

  • Meeting

·         Roles statement 1-4 receiving a score of 3-5 indicates members need training or coaching on their roles.  If the facilitator scores indicate this need, formal training in meeting facilitation or leadership may be necessary or a mentor/coach assigned to the individual.

·         Process statements 5-10 receiving a score of 3-5 indicates individual members or entire group feel the need for training or coaching on how to hold effective meetings.  Depending upon type of group and their responsibilities, training in idea generation, data gathering, goal setting, process mapping, problem solving, or decision making may be optional training or coaching to be considered.

·         NOTE:  An optional comments section may be added to the evaluation to get ideas for improvement in specific areas from the audience.

 

  • Time Management

·         Answer 10 questions about personal time management use.  Use ratings listed at top of form for honestly scoring each question regarding current practice.  After rating, use scoring instructions at bottom of form to determine what may need to be done next. Any individual questions with a high score should indicate a need to improve in this personal planning area.

 

  • Group/Team

·         Roles statement 1-4 receiving a score of 3-5 indicates members need training or coaching on their responsibilities.  If the leader or sponsor scores indicate this need, formal training in leadership or empowerment may be necessary or a mentor/coach assigned to the individual.

·         Meetings statement 5-8 receiving a score of 2-5 indicates members or entire group need training or coaching on how to hold effective meetings.  Depending upon type of group and their responsibilities, training in idea generation, data gathering, problem solving, and decision making may be options to consider.

·         Group statements 1-4 receiving a score of 3-5 indicates members may need training or coaching related to developing vision/mission/purpose statements, goal setting, process mapping, and action planning or project management. 

·         Specific statement section is where group or sponsor defines a set of statements they wish group to evaluate themselves against.

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Forms in the book "R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard's Approach" include:
  • Presentation Plan

  • Preparation Checklist

  • Agenda

  • Minutes

  • Action List

  • Meeting/Briefing Evaluation

Forms in the book "T.A.P.P. Steps in Time Management" include:
  • Task List

  • Monthly Appointments

  • Weekly Appointments

  • Daily Appointments

  • Contact List

  • Time Log

  • Self-Evaluation

 

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