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13%	
  
55%	
  
38%	
  
7%	
  
39%	
  
45%	
  
TodayRewrite the Rules!
What	
  Drives	
  You	
  Crazy?	
  
72%	
  Moderator	
  Issues	
  
66%	
  Out	
  of	
  Control	
  Panelists	
  
54%	
  Top...
10.	
  	
  Too	
  Many	
  Panelists	
  
Source:	
  h*p://news.anu.edu.au/files/2013/04/Future-­‐Forum.jpg	
  Photo	
  by	
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Select	
  3-­‐4	
  DEEP	
  Panelists	
  
•  Diverse	
  
–  Points	
  of	
  view	
  
–  Audience	
  
Representa/on	
  
•  E...
9.	
  	
  Poor	
  Time	
  Management	
   4%	
  
8.	
  	
  Not	
  a	
  ConversaIon	
  
5%	
  
7.	
  	
  Off	
  Topic/No	
  Point	
  
7%	
  
Choose	
  a	
  Topic	
  of	
  Interest	
  to	
  the	
  
Intended	
  Audience	
  
Source:	
  AutomoHve	
  Recyclers	
  Asso...
6.	
  	
  No	
  Audience	
  Engagement	
  
Source:	
  AutomoHve	
  Recyclers	
  AssociaHon	
  
9%	
  
Typical	
  Formats	
  
W/I	
   MC	
   Q&A	
   S/T	
  
Q&A	
  Style	
  
I/P	
   I/P	
   I/P	
   I/P	
   MC	
   Q&A	
   S/T	...
NO	
  More	
  
PresentaIons!	
  
Reprinted	
  from	
  the	
  October	
  1934	
  issue	
  of	
  The	
  Trained	
  Nurse	
  ...
Vary	
  the	
  
Format	
  
Mimic	
  the	
  Talk	
  Show	
  Format	
  
•  Monologue	
  
•  Top	
  Ten	
  list	
  
•  Unusual	
  guests	
  
•  Stupid	
...
Source:	
  hSp://richglare.com	
  
5.	
  	
  
Ego	
  
&	
  
Self-­‐
PromoIon	
  
Buy	
  My	
  
Stuff!	
  
10%	
  
4.	
  	
  Out	
  of	
  Control	
  Panelists	
  
Pictured	
  above	
  is	
  my	
  friend	
  and	
  panel	
  referee	
  “Ala...
3.	
  	
  Not	
  Prepared	
  
11%	
  
Research	
  
Create	
  the	
  Panel	
  Format	
  &	
  
Agenda	
  
Write	
  the	
  Welcome	
  &	
  
IntroducIons	
  
Curate...
2.	
  	
  DominaIng	
  Panelists	
  
Source:	
  h*p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Francis	
  
17%	
  
1.	
  	
  IneffecIve	
  Moderator	
  
•  “Not	
  up	
  to	
  the	
  task”	
  
•  “Not	
  facilita/ng	
  the	
  
discussion”...
Select	
  a	
  Skilled	
  Facilitator	
  to	
  Moderate	
  
…who	
  is	
  willing	
  to	
  do	
  the	
  work	
  to	
  prep...
“If	
  you	
  opt	
  to	
  have	
  a	
  
panel,	
  then	
  do	
  it	
  well.	
  
Be	
  deliberate	
  
and	
  intenIonal	
 ...
Spice	
  
It	
  Up!	
  
Ditch	
  the	
  Table…	
  
Source:	
  hSp://commons.wikimedia.org/	
  
Ditch	
  the	
  Lectern	
  Too!	
  
Joe	
  Calloway	
  working	
  without	
  a	
  lectern!	
  
Comfortable	
  Chairs	
  
Mike	
  Koenigs	
  with	
  Author	
  Expert	
  Marke/ng	
  Machine	
  Panel	
  
Uncomfortable	
  Chairs	
  
Source:	
  hSp://i.y/mg.com/vi/TVjtPheovHc/maxresdefault.jpg	
  
What	
  About	
  the	
  Audience?	
  
Source:	
  AutomoHve	
  Recyclers	
  AssociaHon	
  
Table	
  Rounds!	
  
Create	
  Visual	
  Variety	
  
•  Posters	
  
•  Music	
  
•  Looping	
  Slideshow	
  
•  Greenery	
  
•  Backdrop	
  
SImulate	
  
Discussion	
  
Engage	
  The	
  Audience	
  
•  Curate/ask	
  for	
  ques/ons	
  
•  Take	
  a	
  poll	
  
•  Nudge	
  your	
  neighbor	
...
Some	
  Technologies…	
  
It’s	
  Got	
  to	
  Be	
  FascinaIng….	
  
“The	
  addicHve	
  nature	
  of	
  web	
  browsing	
  can	
  leave	
  
you	
  with	
  an	
  a*enHon	
  span	
  of	
  nine...
Every	
  6	
  Minutes….	
  
W/I	
   MC	
   Q&A	
   S/T	
  
Q&A	
  Style	
  
I/P	
   I/P	
   I/P	
   I/P	
   MC	
   Q&A	
  ...
“Panels	
  can	
  be	
  	
  
GREAT	
  
if	
  done	
  properly	
  
and	
  
HORRID	
  
when	
  done	
  poorly.”	
  
Make	
  Good	
  Choices	
  
Download	
  www.PowerfulPanels.com/report	
  
Watch	
  the	
  FREE	
  7-­‐	
  part	
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  training	
  
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Go From Boring to Bravo: Innovative Techniques to Make Your Panel Discussions More Lively and Informative
6/14/2016 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Arnold, Kristin/Quality Process Consultants, Inc.
1 Hour Domain G: Meeting or Event Design

In this session, you will learn relevant information gathered from the largest survey ever conducted with over 500 executives, thought leaders, and seasoned meeting professionals worldwide. With this information, you'll be able to turn the old boring and traditional panel formats into your most requested repeat program year after year. -

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  1. 1. Powerful  Panels   Kris/n  Arnold  
  2. 2. 539  people   took  the  survey    
  3. 3. Very  Poor            Poor            Okay            Good              Great   3%   13%   39%   38%   7%  
  4. 4. 530   Very  Poor/Poor/Okay          Good/Great   3%   13%   55%   38%   7%   39%   45%  
  5. 5. TodayRewrite the Rules!
  6. 6. What  Drives  You  Crazy?   72%  Moderator  Issues   66%  Out  of  Control  Panelists   54%  Topic  Problems   52%  Poor  Panelist  Selec/on   27%  Audio/Visuals   521  
  7. 7. 10.    Too  Many  Panelists   Source:  h*p://news.anu.edu.au/files/2013/04/Future-­‐Forum.jpg  Photo  by  Mark  Ma*hews.    Used  with  permission.   4%  
  8. 8. Select  3-­‐4  DEEP  Panelists   •  Diverse   –  Points  of  view   –  Audience   Representa/on   •  Experienced   •  Eloquent   •  Prepared   Source:  hSp://images.c-­‐spanvideo.org/Files/b97/20140806020924001_hd.jpg/Thumbs/height.630.no_border.width.1200.jpg  
  9. 9. 9.    Poor  Time  Management   4%  
  10. 10. 8.    Not  a  ConversaIon   5%  
  11. 11. 7.    Off  Topic/No  Point   7%  
  12. 12. Choose  a  Topic  of  Interest  to  the   Intended  Audience   Source:  AutomoHve  Recyclers  AssociaHon  
  13. 13. 6.    No  Audience  Engagement   Source:  AutomoHve  Recyclers  AssociaHon   9%  
  14. 14. Typical  Formats   W/I   MC   Q&A   S/T   Q&A  Style   I/P   I/P   I/P   I/P   MC   Q&A   S/T   IniIal  Remarks  Style   W/I   P   P   P   P   Q&A   S/T   PresentaIon  Style   W   S/T  
  15. 15. NO  More   PresentaIons!   Reprinted  from  the  October  1934  issue  of  The  Trained  Nurse  and  Hospital  Review    
  16. 16. Vary  the   Format  
  17. 17. Mimic  the  Talk  Show  Format   •  Monologue   •  Top  Ten  list   •  Unusual  guests   •  Stupid  Pet  Tricks   •  Stupid  Human  Tricks   •  Viewer  Mail   •  Supermarket  Finds   •  Dumb  Ads   •  Small  Town  News   •  Ask  Mr.  Melman   •  Dave's  Record  Collec/on   •  “The  Guy”   Source:  hSp://epguides.com/LateShowwithDavidLeSerman/  
  18. 18. Source:  hSp://richglare.com  
  19. 19. 5.     Ego   &   Self-­‐ PromoIon   Buy  My   Stuff!   10%  
  20. 20. 4.    Out  of  Control  Panelists   Pictured  above  is  my  friend  and  panel  referee  “Alan  ‘the  Whistle’”  Orloff,  totally  failing  to  keep  me  under  control.     This  picture  is  from  the  “Three  Strikes  and  You’re  Out”  panel  of  sports  mystery  authors.   Courtesy  of  Sasscer  Hill:  h*p://sasscerhill.blogspot.com/2012_04_01_archive.html     11%  
  21. 21. 3.    Not  Prepared   11%  
  22. 22. Research   Create  the  Panel  Format  &   Agenda   Write  the  Welcome  &   IntroducIons   Curate  the  QuesIons   Decide  Audience  Q&A   Format   Determine  LogisIcs   Confirm  Details  with  the   Panelists   Assemble  Slideshow   Spread  the  Word Clarify  StarIng   CondiIons   Prepare  to   Moderate   Moderate  the   Panel   Follow  Up   Select,  Invite  &   Confirm  Panelists   Just  Before  the  Session   Open  the  Session   Get  the  ConversaIon   Started   Keep  the  ConversaIon   Moving   Intervene  Firmly  &   Respeccully   Facilitate  the  Audience   Q&A   Conclude  the  Session Seek  Out  Others   QuesIon  Cards   CriIque   Debrief   Thank  You’s   Summary  Report   Repurpose  Your  Summary   Recordings   Keep  Learning! Determine  Number   Select  DEEP  Panelists   •     Diverse   •     Experience   •     Eloquent   •     Prepared   Send  InvitaIon   Confirm  ParIcipaIon Have  a  Chat  with  the   MeeIng  Planner  to   Discuss:   •     The  Event   •     Panel  Title   •     Panel  ObjecIves   •     Panel  Format   •     Sponsors   •     Audience   •     Panelists   •     Success  Criteria   •     Room  LogisIcs   •     Audio/Visual   •     Rights   •     Support  Staff   •     PromoIon   •     Ajre Download  the  Panel  Planning  Worksheet  at  hkp://0s4.com/r/PLAN   ©  2013    Kris/n  Arnold    www.PowerfulPanels.com    480.502.2100  
  23. 23. 2.    DominaIng  Panelists   Source:  h*p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Francis   17%  
  24. 24. 1.    IneffecIve  Moderator   •  “Not  up  to  the  task”   •  “Not  facilita/ng  the   discussion”   •  “Doesn’t  take  charge”   •  “Not  strong  enough  to   stop  people  and  move  on”   26%  
  25. 25. Select  a  Skilled  Facilitator  to  Moderate   …who  is  willing  to  do  the  work  to  prepare!   Courtesy  of  Joe  Calloway   Courtesy  of  Joe  Calloway  
  26. 26. “If  you  opt  to  have  a   panel,  then  do  it  well.   Be  deliberate   and  intenIonal   in  your  choices.”  
  27. 27. Spice   It  Up!  
  28. 28. Ditch  the  Table…   Source:  hSp://commons.wikimedia.org/  
  29. 29. Ditch  the  Lectern  Too!   Joe  Calloway  working  without  a  lectern!  
  30. 30. Comfortable  Chairs   Mike  Koenigs  with  Author  Expert  Marke/ng  Machine  Panel  
  31. 31. Uncomfortable  Chairs   Source:  hSp://i.y/mg.com/vi/TVjtPheovHc/maxresdefault.jpg  
  32. 32. What  About  the  Audience?   Source:  AutomoHve  Recyclers  AssociaHon  
  33. 33. Table  Rounds!  
  34. 34. Create  Visual  Variety   •  Posters   •  Music   •  Looping  Slideshow   •  Greenery   •  Backdrop  
  35. 35. SImulate   Discussion  
  36. 36. Engage  The  Audience   •  Curate/ask  for  ques/ons   •  Take  a  poll   •  Nudge  your  neighbor   •  Small  group  discussions   •  Create  an  “empty  seat”     •  Walk  into  the  audience   •  Have  a  skilled  moderator  
  37. 37. Some  Technologies…  
  38. 38. It’s  Got  to  Be  FascinaIng….  
  39. 39. “The  addicHve  nature  of  web  browsing  can  leave   you  with  an  a*enHon  span  of  nine  seconds  —  the   same  as  a  goldfish.”  ~  BBC  News  
  40. 40. Every  6  Minutes….   W/I   MC   Q&A   S/T   Q&A  Style   I/P   I/P   I/P   I/P   MC   Q&A   S/T   IniIal  Remarks  Style   W/I   P   P   P   P   Q&A   S/T   PresentaIon  Style   W   S/T  
  41. 41. “Panels  can  be     GREAT   if  done  properly   and   HORRID   when  done  poorly.”  
  42. 42. Make  Good  Choices  
  43. 43. Download  www.PowerfulPanels.com/report   Watch  the  FREE  7-­‐  part  video  training   Buy  the  Book:  Powerful  Panels   Access  the  Knowledge  Vault   1   3   4   Resolve  to  be  proac/ve  &  follow  the  process   Join  the                                                            Group:  Powerful  Panels   5   6   2   Kris/n  Arnold,  CMC,  CPF,  CSP            www.PowerfulPanels.com          480.502.2100  
  44. 44. Please rate this session now on the WEC16 smart mobile application An overall WEC survey will be emailed to all attendees after conference. For more information please visit the Registration Desk.
  45. 45. kris/n@PowerfulPanels.com   THANK  YOU  

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