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How To Be A Rock Star Panel Moderator

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15 tips to being a rock star panel moderator.

15 tips to being a rock star panel moderator.

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  • 1. Often like talking bobble
  • 2. Move fast
  • 3. Move fast Sprinkled with humor
  • 4. Move fast Sprinkled with humor Unpredictable
  • 5. Move fast Sprinkled with humor Unpredictable Involve audience early/often
  • 6. Share information
  • 7. Share information
  • 8. Audience learningHelp solve their problems
  • 9. Like a great rock star, a moderator is there for fans/audience
  • 10. Moderator is… Audience Advocate, Manager, Guide.
  • 11. Avoid long calls/email Send 3 questions you’ll discuss
  • 12. Big Picture Thinking
  • 13. Into the WeedsStories, examples, anecdotes Big Picture Thinking
  • 14. Into the Weeds Peer to Peer Discussions After panelists answer a question, ask attendees to react to panelists with a peer Big Picture Thinking
  • 15. Remind panelists that withoutaudience no panel Watch audience not
  • 16. Let panelists know you are notshy about cutting them off Redirect panelists as
  • 17. Remove podiums Remove tables & other barriers
  • 18. Manage expectations Make agreement with audience
  • 19. Short intro to panelists Attendee intro to peers right/left
  • 20. Establish What’s In It For MeGive audience context
  • 21. Identify 3 big questions Ask attendees to pick 1 that to discuss interests them & share with a peer
  • 22. Let’s them know it’s about them!
  • 23. Give each panelist 2 mins to respond
  • 24. Ask them not to repeat answers Ask for concrete examples if
  • 25. Turn to neighbor on right or left Follow with short audience debrief
  • 26. Give each panelist 60 seconds to answerWhat trends do you see in next year? What is your prediction about industry - 5 yrs?
  • 27. Don’t ask for final thoughts as panelists oftenjust restate what’s already said!
  • 28. Ask audience to complete electronic
  • 29. Ask audience to complete electronic
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