13 March 2006

How to be a great moderator

Guy Kawasaki offers ten tips on how to be a great moderator:

1. Don't over-prepare the panelists.
2. Do prepare yourself in advance.
3. Never let panelists use PowerPoint.
4. Never let panelists use anything special.
5. Make them introduce themselves in thirty seconds.
6. Break eye contact with the panelists.
7. Make everyone else look smart.
8. Stand up for the audience.
9. Involve the audience.
10. Seize the day.

Read more in How to be a Great Moderator.

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