- There are so many moving parts! What am I supposed to do?
- Most panel discussions are so boring…how do I make mine stand out? Hit a home run?
- I’ve seen many….and most weren’t that good. What are the best practices?
We help new panel moderators get really smart about how to moderate a panel discussion.
Drawn from her extensive experience as a nationally recognized speaker, master facilitator and panel moderator, Kristin Arnold provides a step-by-step approach to help you moderate a lively and informative panel discussion.
- Various traditional and specialty panel formats
- Customizable agendas and reminder cards to give to your panelists
- “How to” best practices from expert professional panel moderators
- Customizable checklists, templates and examples that will shave hours off your preparation
- Video and audio interviews and webinars with expert moderators, savvy meeting producers and meeting industry icons
Executive Vice President, Education & Engagement, Velvet Chainsaw Consulting
Founder, Pure Potential
Head of Industry Relations EMEA at comScore, Inc.
Carolyn Browning, CMP, CMM, HMCC
MEETing Needs, LLX
Kristin Arnold MBA, CPF, CSP, is passionate about making all panel discussions more engaging, interactive and collaborative. She has surveyed and studied what makes panel discussions absolutely fabulous – or not.
Since 1993, Kristin is the founder and President of Quality Process Consultants, a boutique consulting firm specializing in galvanizing leaders and their teams to think things through, make better collaborative decisions to achieve sustainable results.
She’s a high stakes meeting facilitator, trainer, keynote speaker and panel moderator, known for her concrete approaches and practical concepts, tools and techniques her clients can apply immediately to see positive, substantive results.
Kristin was one of the first female graduates of the United States Coast Guard Academy and the first woman stationed onboard the USCGC Buttonwood, a seagoing buoy tender.
She parlayed her understanding of teams and teamwork with an MBA in Marketing Strategy into a specialized management consulting firm focused on building extraordinary teams in the workplace.
Kristin is on the Executive Development Faculty in the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. She divides her time between Scottsdale, Arizona and Prince Edward Island, Canada.