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  • Margo Loor videos juhtimas Talveakadeemia 2015 arutelu e-ühiskonna teemal — Moderaator.ee
    teenus Teenused Kogemus Blogi Anna tagasisidet Kontakt Margo Loor videos juhtimas Talveakadeemia 2015 arutelu e ühiskonna teemal SpeakSmart 20 aprill 2015 Margo Loor modereerimas Talveakademia 2015 arutelu Milline on jätkusuutlik e ühiskond margo loor moderaator Lisa kommentaar Email again Nimi

    Original URL path: http://www.moderaator.ee/blogi/margo-loor-videos/comments (2016-02-13)
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  • Videos Toomas Roolaid — Moderaator.ee
    Anna tagasisidet Kontakt Videos Toomas Roolaid SpeakSmart 12 märts 2015 Arvamusfestivali arutelu Karistamine ei aita ja rääkida pole mõtet las kasvatavad end ise modereerib Toomas Roolaid Kadri Järv Mändoja alandav karistamine last ei õpeta arvamusfestival moderaator toomas roolaid Lisa kommentaar

    Original URL path: http://www.moderaator.ee/blogi/videonaited/comments (2016-02-13)
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  • Modereeri nagu professionaal — Moderaator.ee
    your panelists to give great performances Once you start chiming in or rebutting panelists the balance gets thrown off You just can t play both roles at once And just as a conductor would you also need to be firm about not letting certain panelists dominate the discussion No slides Letting panelists show slides is almost certain death and it radically reduces the role of the moderator Exceptions If panelists are talking about a visual topic like retail store design you can let each speaker bring the same number of example photos to show If speakers are movie directors letting everyone show a clip from their latest film of a similar length is fine But letting speakers bring PowerPoints will usually gobble up your time and prevent any kind of interesting interactions from happening State your objective at the outset Don t write a long winded introduction Two sentences will do Why is this topic important now and what do you hope to accomplish within the next hour With all of the publicity around Google Glass everyone is thinking about wearable computing Our objective with our time today is to share some of the thinking about how wearable displays like Glass will change the way we interact with others Never let the panelists introduce themselves That s the moderator s job Be as brief as you can especially if the audience is holding a program guide with lengthier bios in it Three lines is the absolute longest anyone s introduction should be No one cares where each panelist worked 27 years ago or how you first met them Involve the audience within the first five minutes This lets your audience know that you re aware of them and it keeps your panelists from acting as if they re in a bubble You can ask a few people to introduce themselves just by name title and company to get a sense for who is in the audience I sometimes ask audience members to applaud or boo in response to questions Have you ever had a great idea for improving a process at your company Please applaud OK now have you ever found it difficult to get the necessary resources or support to actually improve the process Please boo It livens up the room Don t go down the line every time By the time the fifth panelist is answering the same question as four other people have answered the odds they will contribute something interesting have dropped almost to zero When you ask a question two answers is plenty unless a third person is dying to jump in Instead ask a related question ask for a concrete example or simply shift gears and ask your other panelists about something else Invite panelists to ask each other questions When you send out your pre panel email or when you chat with panelists on site ask them to think of one question they d like to ask their fellow panelists Often these questions

    Original URL path: http://www.moderaator.ee/blogi/modereeri-nagu-professionaal/comments (2016-02-13)
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