Soft Launch Celebration: 123 Ways to Add Pizazz to a Panel Discussion

123 Ways to Add Pizazz to a Panel Discussion
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TODAY marks the soft launch of my new book, 123 Ways to Add Pizazz to a Panel DiscussionThe paperback book and the pdf Ebook are now available with the Kindle version available on January 14th.  Lots of great bonuses for those who purchase in the month of January – including the bonus chapter on how to add pizazz to your team meeting!

Never before has it been more important for your interactions to be memorable and meaningful.

People are starving for meaningful connection, meaningful meetings.

And so I’m going to help you in this weird world.  Never before has it been more important for you to be able to engage and connect, whether you are having a panel discussion, a business meeting, an online party, or simply having a significant conversation with your kids.

This is the book you need right now.  Right here.

If you organize, moderate or sit on a panel, you can pull out this 200+ page reference guide to provide a little inspiration for your next panel discussion! You will have 123 new and different ways to transform a traditional panel discussion, right at your fingertips. Turn your panel discussion into the hit of your conference!
Here are a few reasons why panel discussions could use some pizazz, and how the book can help:
Please celebrate the soft launch by visiting the share page and use the example social media posts and images to spread the word to your network. There is even a sample blog post and Amazon review to get you started.
The party continues: Stay tuned to join us for a LIVE streaming party for the Kindle release next week, January 14th! Details to come.



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KRISTIN ARNOLD, MBA, CSP, CPF|Master has been facilitating meaningful conversations between executives and managers to make better decisions and achieve extraordinary results for 25+ years. She's a leading authority on moderating panel discussions and passionate about finding the perfect olive to complement a vodka martini.
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