Powerful Panel Discussion Tip #202 with Kate Delaney: How to Conclude a Panel Discussion - YoutubeRandom

Powerful Panel Discussion Tip #202 with Kate Delaney: How to Conclude a Panel Discussion

How can a moderator conclude a panel discussion at meetings, conferences, and conventions? Professional panel moderator, Kristin Arnold asked this question of Kate Delaney, Emmy Award winning journalist and America’s #1 female sports commentator and talk show host.

Kristin Arnold, professional panel moderator, and high stakes meeting facilitator is on a crusade to make all panel discussions informative, interactive, and interesting - and to help YOU become a better panel moderator.


Why? Because 95% of annual meetings have panel discussions – and it’s a fifty-fifty proposition they are any good at all! Expectations decrease dramatically when your attendees walk in and see the traditional draped head-table with microphones on short stands. There are sooooo many other ways to have a stimulating conversation! So let's increase the probability of success for your next panel discussion with these resources:


This video playlist will give you tips to succeed in moderating any kind of panel discussion at meetings, conferences, and conventions.


For more Powerful Panel Discussion Tips and ideas about how to make your panel discussions the talk of the meeting, SUBSCRIBE to this YouTube channel playlist.


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Start your free 7-part video e-course that teaches you how to be a powerful panel moderator at https://kristin-s-school-70c8.thinkific.com/courses/powerful-panels-free-video-course.


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For even more resources on how to make panels better, check out Kristin's knowledge vault which is chock-full of customizable checklists, worksheets, templates, agendas, sample emails, video interviews and webinars with industry icons and professional moderators - all in one place! https://kristin-s-school-70c8.thinkific.com/courses/powerful-panels-knowledge-vault


Or, contact Kristin to coach you through the process of how to moderate your next panel discussion. http://powerfulpanels.com/contact/


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