How to Be an Effective Panelist

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Two years ago, I attended a professionals' signature event that featured a panel of sophisticated experts including lawyers. While the event was well-attended, and offered good networking, the panel presentation itself was a wasted business development opportunity for each member. You could not hear the panelists, not so much because of the less than desirable audio quality, but because each person seemed to be talking to himself. The PowerPoint slides were packed with practically illegible graphs.

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