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Trainer Observation Checklist: A Tool to Support Presenters

Recently I was asked to give feedback to someone who wasn’t quite ready to represent the organization as a facilitator in front of a live audience.  To prepare for this conversation, I developed the following form to observe this person, take notes and organize my thoughts.

Trainer Observation Checklist - Facilitator Feedback Form

Download a PDF of the Trainer Observation Checklist to use as often as you like.

Feedback, especially when it’s critical of someone’s performance is tough to give.  Use a Trainer Observation Checklist to be prepared with specific observations that can lead to a more constructive conversation.

What would you add or change about this observation form?

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