Friday, May 27, 2011

Lessons for Evaluators

This week, a vicious rumour circulated that the speech below was delivered by a mayor of a large South African city. 

Barrie Bramley, writes that it is, however, an unedited clip recorded by an actor for a milk advertisement.

Both the vicous rumour, and the contents of the clips have some lessons for evaluators:

1. Using big words in your reports and presentations will not hide an incoherent argument
2. Being long-winded bores your audience and delays tea
3. Sources should be double checked ALWAYS!
4. Comments made should be based on checked facts.

Have a lovely week!

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