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The Moderator is Crucial for Your Event
The moderator plays a central role in the development and successful implementation of a public forum. It is the moderator who sets the context, drives the discussion, and engages the panelists and audience in an interactive dialogue. The moderator creates the tone and tenor of the program, enabling all the participants to feel comfortable and involved. Lastly, the moderator synthesizes what he or she hears throughout the program so that the discussion is focused and the themes are illumin
Who Should Moderate?
The best presenters are individuals with a special ability to draw people and keep a conversation. Moderators are good listeners and accept neutral, impartial roles in the discussion. Sometimes it is better to have a broad thinker as a presenter, rather than someone who is very impregnated in the details of a subject.
Some Qualities to Look for when Booking a Moderator:
- Neutrality – ensure that your moderator respects the open dialogue and encourages a balanced view of the issues.
- Authority – the moderator has to manage the speakers and control the audience – shyness and gentility will not work.
- Trust – the moderator should feel comfortable with the medium, the problems and the format.
- Spontaneity – also the rigid event formats are not immune to the unexpected, and flexible formats require fast thinking.
- Knowledge – the moderator should know the questions in sufficient depth to keep an answer or discussion about the goal – if the format allows follow-up, the moderator must know when the topic is covered and when the positions of the panelists are clear.