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In a recent survey of over 400 meeting professionals, over 50% indicated that the panel discussion format was merely “okay”. In fact, ALL panel discussions should be amazingly powerful, delivering on the promise to the audience so they get real value and applicable take-aways.

In this 45 minute webinar, professional panel moderator, Kristin Arnold, will share the top ten mistakes that moderators make when facilitating a panel discussion…as well as what to do about them. Learn tips and best practices from the pros so that the next time you moderate or participate as panelist on a panel discussion, you’ll hit it out of the park!

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  1. 1. 10  Most  Common  Mistakes   Moderators  Make   And  How  to  Avoid  Them   November  7,  2013   www.ExtraordinaryTeam.com   www.PowerfulPanels.com   Kristin J. Arnold, MBA,  CMC,  CPF,  CSP                                            ©  2012    All  Rights  Reserved        Tel:  480.502.2100  or  800.589.4733   President,  QPC  Inc.  –  The  Extraordinary  Team       Fax:      480.502.2102  or  888.884.9132   11890  E  Juan  Tabo  Road,  ScoSsdale,  AZ  85255       Email:  KrisHn@ExtraordinaryTeam.com   www.ExtraordinaryTeam.com   Specializing  in   High ©  2012    All  Rights  Reserved   011   Stakes Meeting Facilitation  Team & Facilitator Training  Conversational Keynotes, Breakouts and Panels
  2. 2. 43%   34%   18%   3%   2%   Very  Poor            Poor            Okay            Good              Great  
  3. 3. 81%  Moderator  Issues   69%  Out  of  Control  Panelists   58%  Topic  Problems   57%  Poor  Panelist  SelecHon   25%  Audio/Visuals  
  4. 4. •  The  Panel  Moderator   •  Top  10  Panelist  Mistakes…   •  And  What  to  Do  About  Them!  
  5. 5. 46%   25%   21%   8%   Nope                  Not  Really        Did  Okay    Yes  Indeed!  
  6. 6. Helps  the  audience  get  their  needs  met  through  the  panel  format.   Source:  Renee  Blodge3  h3p://www.weblogtheworld.com  
  7. 7. Source:  Automo<ve  Recyclers  Associa<on  
  8. 8. •  Sets  the  agenda   •  Keeps  discussions  on  track   •  Brings  out  differing  opinions   &  interesHng  informaHon   •  Clarified  confusion   •  Intervenes  as  needed  
  9. 9. •  •  •  •  Builds  the  dialogue   Probes  beneath  the  surface   Pushes  for  specifics   Keeps  the  conversaHon  lively  
  10. 10. •  IdenHfies  areas  of   debate  &  controversy   •  Ensures  presentaHons   don’t  overlap   •  Coordinates   slideshows  
  11. 11. •  Withholds  own   personal  opinions   &  judgment   •  Doesn’t  show   bias  or  favoriHsm    
  12. 12. •  •  •  •  •  Brings  energy   Models  enthusiasm   Works  the  room   Engages  the  audience   Injects  humor  where  appropriate  
  13. 13. PET PEEVES
  14. 14. Full  Name   Title   OrganizaOon   Insert  short  bio  here   @TwiSer  
  15. 15. Full  Name   Title   OrganizaOon   Insert  short  bio  here   @TwiSer  
  16. 16. Panel  Title  Goes  Here   Full  Name   Full  Name   Full  Name   Full  Name   Title   OrganizaOon   Title   OrganizaOon   Title   OrganizaOon   Title   OrganizaOon   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   Accolade   @TwiSer   @TwiSer   @TwiSer   @TwiSer  
  17. 17. W/I   MC   Q&A   S/T   Q&A  Style   S/T   I/P   W   I/P   I/P   I/P   MC   Q&A   S/T   IniOal  Remarks  Style   W/I   P   P   P   PresentaOon  Style   P   Q&A   S/T  
  18. 18. Source:  Automo<ve  Recyclers  Associa<on  
  19. 19. •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Pre  Q&A   Room  set  up   QuesHon  cards   Mingle   Show  you  care   Take  a  poll   Small  Groups   Q&A   Nudge  your  neighbor   Audience  summarizes  
  20. 20. Source:  h3p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Francis  
  21. 21. Source:  Automo<ve  Recyclers  Associa<on  
  22. 22. Buy  My   Stuff!  
  23. 23. Buy  My   Stuff!  
  24. 24. •  Do  your  research   –  Topic   –  Panelists   •  P  x  2  +  10  =  #  of  ?   •  Sequence   –  Strategic   –  Benefits   –  Specifics   –  ApplicaHon  
  25. 25. •  R esea rch  t •  C he  to reate pic,  p  the  f aneli •  W orma sts  & rite  t t,  age he  w •  C nda  &  audience elcom urate    grou e  &  i  the  q •  D nd  ru ntrod uesH ecide les   ucHo ons    the  Q ns   •  D &A  fo eterm rmat ine  lo •  C   gisHc onfir s   m  de •  A tails   ssem with   ble  th the  p •  S p e  slid aneli read esho sts    the  w w   ord  
  26. 26. Confront Feedback Remind Redirect Movement Eye Contact Do Nothing C
  27. 27. •  “Not  up  to  the  task”   •  “Not  facilitaHng  the   discussion”   •  “Doesn’t  take  charge”   •  “Not  strong  enough   to  stop  people  and  move  on”  
  28. 28. •  Get  training   •  Watch  others   •  Moderate  lots  of   panels   •  Take  a  deep  dive  
  29. 29. 1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  Not  skilled   Failed  to  intervene   Lack  of  preparaHon   Asked  poor  quesHons   Shameless  self-­‐promoHon   Talked  too  much   Didn’t  engage  the   audience   8.  Poor  design   9.  Long/boring  introducHons   10. Didn’t  meet  the  objecHves  
  30. 30. •  Take  the  survey  at  hSp://www.surveymonkey.com/s/G7ZSPBZ   •  Join  the                                                                        Group     •  www.PowerfulPanels.com   –  Watch  the  free  videos   –  Buy  the  book   –  Join  the  membership  site  –  soon!  
  31. 31. What  Were  You  Thinking?   5  Ways  to  Jumpstart  Your   CriOcal  Thinking  Skills   January  16,  2014   www.ExtraordinaryTeam.com     Kristin J. Arnold, MBA,  CMC,  CPF,  CSP                                            ©  2012    All  Rights  Reserved        Tel:  480.502.2100  or  800.589.4733   President,  QPC  Inc.  –  The  Extraordinary  Team       Fax:      480.502.2102  or  888.884.9132   11890  E  Juan  Tabo  Road,  ScoSsdale,  AZ  85255       Email:  KrisHn@ExtraordinaryTeam.com   www.ExtraordinaryTeam.com   Specializing  in   High ©  2012    All  Rights  Reserved   011   Stakes Meeting Facilitation  Team & Facilitator Training  Conversational Keynotes, Breakouts and Panels

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