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What Gets Evaluated Gets Done

Posted on June 16, 2006

Don't let the first time your speaker might see an evaluation be when they take their seat in the front row (figuratively speaking as many are now done on line). As part of your speaker preparation send a your form, attach it to an email or provide a link to something similar to the evaluation you'll be using.  Don't make a huge deal about it but include it in the mix of items, perhaps, with a subtle distinction that makes it difficult to miss.  Concisely or subconsciously those you're suggesting your group sit quietly and listen to will recognize that they have a job to do and will be getting a performance appraisal.

Make sure your evaluation reflects and measures things important to your group and event. This can drive the way the people regard your event, is apt to alter their preparation and cause them to raise their game. 


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