Four questions is enough
Speakerscore is built around the idea that you only need to ask your audience 4 universal questions about any talk or lecture, to get a useful evaluation.
We’ve worked with both academic experts and professional public speakers, to boil the feedback process down to 4 universal parameters for any evaluation
The “big 4″ are:
“Expectations” measures the quality of your contract with the audience. Did people get what they came for? If your contract is not fulfilled, the audience will not be satisfied – regardless of how fantastic your talk was. Related blog post: “Even the funniest comedian will flop at a funeral“
“Interesting” measures the internal quality of the talk or lecture. How did it feel to be there? If the talk is not interesting, people may leave or start doing other things and not get your message.
“Valuable” measures what people take away from the talk. How were they changed? If your talk or lecture was not valuable, it was either a waste of people’s time – or purely an entertainment experience.
“Presentation” measures the communication style, the body language and charisma of the speaker. It also measures the quality of the slides etc. Presentation is a craft and poor presentation can seriously affect the other 3 parametres.
Badges – adding a qualitative flavour
In supplement to the big 4 questions, we let your audience award you with “badges” for special qualities. They give you a really strong insight into your style and strongest sides. Read more about badges here >>