SpeakerScore offers a revolutionary solution for public speakers around the world. Finally, there is a quick, easy way to get immediate feedback on your talks without sifting through piles of paper or tediously inputting data into a spreadsheet.
The idea behind SpeakerScore originated from Danish speaker and internet psychologist Anders Colding. When speaking in public, he quickly realized that bursts of applause or cricket-chirping silence were the only tangible indicators of whether the audience liked the talk or not — unless he asked them.
The process of evaluating a talk had so many obstacles so most of the time getting feedback never happened. If he eventually received feedback collected at a conference or event, it was very common and could not be compared to anything he had done before or might do in the future.
Lots of solutions exist for creating on-line questionnaires, but they are a lot of work, the forms are unimpressive, and — most importantly — you cannot easily compare your results from one talk to another. And that is where the story of SpeakerScore began.
The four questions that are asked in the SpeakerScore feedback form provide a 360-degree insight into the audience experience. They are the four universal questions needed to evaluate any talk or lecture.
You do not have to make up your own questions or create your own evaluation in SurveyMonkey or Google Forms. We found that what you really need to measure are these four parameters: Did the talk meet your expectations? Was it interesting? Was it valuable? How was it presented?
By answering these questions on a scale from 0 to 100, the speaker receives a SpeakerScore that can be easily compared to other SpeakerScores – both the speakers own score as well as others.
Say goodbye to evaluations in paper form. No more distributing forms and then painstakingly enter numbers into spreadsheets manually. Say hello to an easy process that is not too geeky, clunky, or complicated. All you need is a feedback link that you share with the audience during the talk or online. As easy as it gets.