Role – Chat and Body language monitors

(With permission from Buddies Online Toastmasters Club VPE Jenny)

Ever wondered how you could get rid of your attention deficit and get fully involved in a particular task? If so, these two roles are right for you. 

The chat monitor helps the meeting organizers by moderating Zoom’s chat box. She makes sure that the right message goes to the right person at the right time. He decides when is the time to raise hand for emergent messages and when is not. She also actively engages in text cheerleading or quiets booing.

The body language monitor observes the use of body language throughout the meeting and condenses her findings into a two-three minute report at the end of the meeting in an upbeat and friendly tone to encourage proper body language use in public settings. Here is a Toastmasters guide to good gestures for a speech.