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Al Guyant, presenter
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Moderator/Speaker

A’s

B’s

C’s

D’s

E’s

F’s

Al Guyant

67

3

1

0

0

0

Overall

64

5

1

0

0

0

Session

65

4

2

0

0

0

Presentation style/format

68

2

1

0

0

0

Comments by learners:  I learned a lot, thanks!  Best presentation yet, very motivational speaker. A+ for Al Guyant.  Nice work with the audience and personal stories.  Two thumbs up, Mr. Guyant is a winner!  The speaker shared some very interesting techniques.  Well done Al, a worthwhile informative session, glad I attended. A++.  Wonderful (x2).  Excellent workshop.  Very good presentation!!!  Needed more copies of handouts (x3).  Al is great.  This was the best!

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Wisconsin CPM Class Evaluation Summary

           

Class Title

Presenting Yourself to One or Many

Class Date

April 11, 2012

Class Location

Lyman Anderson Ag & Conservation Center

Class Instructor

Al Guyant

Number of Participants

15

Number of Evaluations

14

 

GENERAL

MEAN SCORE

  1. The class provided new information, ideas and techniques.

4.38

  1. The class provided practical, useful knowledge and skills which are applicable to my job.

4.54

 Effectiveness of instruction in terms of stated desired learning outcomes (DLO’s)                

DLO: After participating in this class, you should be able to:

This was discussed

in class.

I am able to do this now.

1=not at all; 2= somewhat;

3=completely

Introduce yourself in a manner that establishes your credibility.

Yes-(13), No-(0)

1-(0), 2-(5), 2.5-(1), 3-(7)

Identify and deliver one or two "motivating" messages that the audience might care about and consequently move the audience to take the desired action.

Yes-(13), No-(0)

1-(0), 2-(2), 2.5-(1), 3-(10)

Describe how you will use words, visuals, listening, and of nonverbal behavior to enhance your message delivery and enhance understanding.

Yes-(13), No-(0)

1-(0), 2-(2), 2.5-(1), 3-(9)

Describe the critical roles and rules of both meeting leaders and meeting members that lead to more successful meetings.

Yes-(13), No-(0)

1-(0), 2-(4), 2.5-(1), 3-(7)

 

INSTRUCTOR

MEAN SCORE

  1. Knowledgeable in subject.       

4.71

  1. Organized and prepared.

4.50

  1. Used outline and required readings.

4.71

  1. Established good class environment.

4.79

  1. Generated group discussion/participation.

4.86

 

MATERIALS

MEAN SCORE

  1. The materials were applicable to the topic.

4.71

  1. I could understand the reading materials.

4.69

 

OVERALL

MEAN SCORE

 

11. Class addressed the competency (insert competency listed on eval form) Use a range of oral communication skills effectively including communicating ideas and facts clearly, adjusting style to audience, and considering the impact of words and actions.

4.69

 

  1. Enrolled in this class because:

Interested 0

Enrolled in CPM Program 14

  1. Course was:

Too long    1

Just right   13

Too short   0

  1. The course met my expectations.

Completely 12

Somewhat  1

Not at all     0

If answered “somewhat” or “not at all” above, please explain.

  • A bit too much time "sharing" rather than providing content.

 

OVERALL EVALUATION

MEAN SCORE

  1. Overall evaluation of the class.

10.88

 16.        What specifically did you learn that will be of most value to you?

  • Value of roleplay feeling.
  • Balancing logic with to persuade.
  • How to interact with media.
  • What motivates the audience. What do they care about.
  • Learned methods of planning, use of outlines, cards in the photo album.
  • How to get & keep the attention of the audience.
  • Dealing with media. Framing presentations.
  • Presentations development.
  • Tips for regenerating interest in the presentations.
  • Everything! Keeping audiences involved, praticularly.
  • The outline & text template is exactly the tool I was looking for from this class. I also will use the agenda form template.
  • Concentrating on what the audience's values are as opposed to your own ideas.

 17.        What do you consider the strengths of this class?

  • Balance of lecture with exercises.
  • Experience of the instructor.
  • Shows different ways to retain listener interest.
  • Fresh, interesting, good ideas for planning effective presentations.
  • Very clear and useful approaches to communcation.
  • Al - great & relatable experiences!
  • Getting participants involved.
  • The info is applicable in presentations to mass audiences and to individual people alike.
  • Al's style was very engaging with just the right amount of humor and set an excellent example of a presenter at ease with giving presentations.
  • Easily translates to actual work. Enhances skills that are in use every day.

18.        What recommendations do you have for improving the class?

  • None.
  • None.
  • None.
  • N/A
  • Having students stand up when doing their presentations; not only does it get the blood flowing to our bodies, it also changes your voice and improves your breathing. 
     
    Additional comments?
  • Good, fresh material for me.
  • Excellent class.

    Wisconsin CPM Class Evaluation Summary

    Class Title

    Ethics, Values, and the Public Manager

    Class Date

    January 12, 2011

    Class Location

    Pyle Center

    Class Instructor

    Al Guyant

    Number of Participants

    9

    Number of Evaluations

    8

     

    GENERAL

    MEAN SCORE

    1. The class provided new information, ideas and techniques.

    4.50

    1. The class provided practical, useful knowledge and skills which are applicable to my job.

    4.38

       ffectiveness of instruction in terms of stated desired learning outcomes (DLO’s)                

    DLO: After participating in this class, you should be able to:

    This was discussed

    in class.

    I am able to do this now.

    1=not at all; 2= somewhat;

    3=completely

    Discuss the key ethical issues in public sector management

    Yes=8

    No=0

    1=0

    2=2

    3=6

    Articulate guidelines for ethical decision-making

    Yes=8

    No=0

    1=0

    2=2

    3=6

    Apply an ethical decision-making model to public sector dilemmas and scenarios

    Yes=8

    No=0

    1=0

    2=1

    3=7

     

    INSTRUCTOR

    MEAN SCORE

    1. Knowledgeable in subject.  

    4.88

    1. Organized and prepared.

    4.63

    1. Used outline and required readings.

    4.43

    1. Established good class environment.

    4.88

    1. Generated group discussion/participation.

    4.75

     

    MATERIALS

    MEAN SCORE

    1. The materials were applicable to the topic.

    4.63

    10.  I could understand the reading materials.

    4.63

     

    OVERALL

    MEAN SCORE

     

    11. Class addressed the competency (insert competency listed on eval form) Promote high standards of honesty, integrity, and ethical practices in your organization.

    4.63

     

    12.  Enrolled in this class because:

    Interested 3

    Enrolled in CPM Program 6

    13.  Course was:

    Too long    0

    Just right   7

    Too short   1

    14.  The course met my expectations.

    Completely 6

    Somewhat  1

    Not at all     0

    If answered “somewhat” or “not at all” above, please explain.

    • Application of these ethics (state/WI) in real-life examples.

     

    OVERALL EVALUATION

    MEAN SCORE

    15.  Overall evaluation of the class.

    10.5

     

    16.        What specifically did you learn that will be of most value to you?

    • Bubble mapping.
    • Good revies of ethics and the situations that we can get in.
    • Group reaction to ethics in general.
    • How to determine the gray area of the Code of Ethics and what's right.
    • I liked the ethics mapping!

    17.        What do you consider the strengths of this class?

    • Using examples.
    • Guyant was an excellent instructor.
    • Instructor very knowlegdeable of topic.
    • The interaction of the class and getting an understanding of everyones' perspective of what's right and what's wrong.
    • The discussions.
    • The instructor! Very good

    18.        What recommendations do you have for improving the class?

    • Did we need the 10 copies?
    • None!
    • Little bit longer.
    1. Additional comments?
    • Thank you.
    • Thanks!
    • Great job!
       
" I learned a lot, thanks!  Best presentation yet, very motivational speaker."






"A+ for Al Guyant.  Nice work with the audience and personal stories."





"Two thumbs up, Mr. Guyant is a winner!"








"Well done Al, a worthwhile informative session, glad I attended."







"A++.  Wonderful (x2).  Excellent workshop. Very good presentation!!"  




"Al is great.  This was the best!"





"Guyant was an excellent instructor."
 







"Instructor very knowlegdeable of topic.







"the interaction of the class and getting an understanding of everyones' perspective of what's right and what's wrong."

 



"The discussions."




"The instructor! Very good."

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