How to Run or Serve on a Panel at a Conference – Episode #55

by Richard Wilson on July 15, 2011

In this episode recorded in Monaco Richard Wilson talks about what it means to serve on a panel at a conference and what it means to run a panel.  Richard’s first speaking experience was serving on a panel in Europe and he went into it not really knowing exactly what his role would be.  The goal of this video is to explain how you can use panel spots to build your credibility and grow your speaking career and level of credibility.  (Download this Video in MP4 Format)


Video Transcript/Summary: One of the best ways to get comfortable speaking in front of a crowd is to volunteer to sit on industry panels.  It is VERY rare that you will be paid or even get your expenses reimbursed for doing so but it can help you get more experience and confidence in speaking professionally.  Even if you are not dreaming of ever being a great speaker in your industry being able to say that you have spoken at several conferences can help improve your credibility, reputation, and professional bio.

Thanks for joining us, and I will see you again soon,

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