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I just read Kristin Arnold’s new book, 123 Ways to Add Pizazz to a Panel Discussion and I was blown away with all the different ways to engage and involve the panelists and audience! My favorite is …….. What’s your favorite technique to create a bit of energy and excitement in your panel?
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I’ve been moderating panels for a while but Kristin Arnold has unleashed a creative storm in my brain! Her latest book, 123 Ways to Add Pizazz to a Panel Discussion is chock-full of ideas to transform the traditional panel into an energizing and engaging discussion you can’t get anywhere else!
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Yes, indeed! During podcasts and media interviews, I am often asked these questions:
- How did Kristin Arnold come up with 123 Ways to Add Pizazz to Panel Discussion?
Over the years, Kristin has talked to a gaggle (which is not quite a google) of meeting organizers about what makes a panel discussion successful. It basically comes down to four criteria: 1) deliver on the promise, 2) have a scintillating, spontaneous conversation, 3) provoke differences of opinion, and 4) provide takeaway value. She started collecting all the different ways moderators could move beyond the traditional panel formats – and voila! The book was born!
- Why is it “123” ways and not “125” or “over a hundred?”
Ha! Originally, I was thinking it was going to be about 99. That’s a nice number, don’t you think? But then it kept growing…and by the time the COVID-19 crisis hit, I knew I had to add a whole section on virtual panels and variations to in-person events. So I capped it at 123 and I’m collecting more for the next book – MORE Ways to Add Pizazz to a Panel Discussion! BTW, contact me if you have a technique to share!
- Is that really the correct way to spell “Pizazz”?
Yes, it is! But you can also spell it with two “z”s e.g. “Pizzazz” – which is how I’ve been spelling it for years. However, when we commissioned the book cover, it looked like “Pizza”, so we went with one “z” in the middle!
- Who is Kristin Arnold?
Ostensibly, I am the foremost authority on moderating panel discussions. I can safely say that no one else has geeked out more over panels than I have. I’ve been facilitating high stakes meetings and events for close to 30 years while moderating panels from time to time. In 2014, I was facilitating a high-level roundtable discussion in the afternoon with two back-to-back panels in the morning. It was painful. I still shudder when thinking about it (which I try not to do unless specifically asked about it).
The result of that significant event? I wanted to offer my client some resources to help him and his team next time. Imagine my shock when I went to the almighty font of knowledge (aka Google) and found a bunch of blog postings, but nothing definitive on the subject. That’s when I realized that I could make a difference in this small part of the meetings world by creating a body of knowledge about panels. And so I started my crusade to make all panels lively and informative!
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