your eval sheet is good. You 've made 4 broad parameters under which you've put the specific parameters.
It's good to start off with.
However , if your objective is to help the presenter improve , then you have to provide feedback on the specifics.
For example - in your eval sheet- if you say she/he scores an 8 on professionalism , which specific sub-paramater was he/ she professional in- attire, conduct, time or closing?
I'm sure you know that in any presentation - as in any face to face interaction - the impact of visual messages is 55% , the impact of vocal ( sound) mesages is 385 & the verbal impact ( the words/ matter ) is only 7%. ( research by Dr. Albert Mehrabian, California Univ.)
To understand this better , read the following sentance:
' I DID NOT SAY HE BEATS HIS WIFE.'
You can have at least five diferent meanings based on which word you stress/ emphasize. ( try it out for fun.. emphasizing the word 'HIS' has the funniest meaning! :wink: )
This is an example of how vocal impact ( the sound ) can change the meaning & impact of a presentation.
There are other things to consider , which i will tell you later. Like the type of presentation - informative or selling; the presenter prpfile- student or profesional etc.
Meanwhile , I am attaching a sample of an evaluation sheet which I use regularly.
To end , a quote: ' THE MANNER MATTERS MORE THAN THE MATTER.'
Greatscope Consulting www.greatscope.com 13th March 2006 From India, Mumbai