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Author SergePrefontaine  Date 01 Apr 14, 19:18  Views 2318
Description Summary of the Greeter role
Category Hospitality  Type
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Purpose: The Greeter is responsible to warmly welcome guests and members

Before the Meeting Starts

Arrive about 15 minutes early to help set up the room and be able to greet everyone

Receive from the Sergeant at Arms the guest name tags to give to any guests who come

If you can be evaluated for your role in the CL manual, specifically project 7, ask a club member without an assigned role to evaluate you

Welcome people to the meeting with a smile, with a warm hand shake, have guests write their name on a name tag

Sit the guest down beside a seasoned Toastmaster who can answer any questions the guest has about Toastmasters and the meeting

During the Meeting

Keep an eye out for any late arriving guests; help make sure they feel welcome and to find a seat

Sit beside the Sergeant at Arms to help them near the end of the meeting when the comment forms and voting ballots get passed to them

Help the Sergeant at Arms by collating the evaluation ballots and comment forms as they count up the ballot votes to determine the award winners

After the Meeting

Help the Sergeant at Arms to put the meeting materials away

If you were evaluated for your role, pick up your CL manual from the evaluator

If this document needs to be updated for any reason, contact the Vice President - Education

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