Panel discussions bring out the nuances of complicated issues. At The Tholil Expo, you can expect an insightful panel discussion with Tamil-speaking panelists who belong to various backgrounds and industries.
Since The Tholil Expo has a special focus on education, NGOs (charities & non-profits) and businesses, the panelists will belong to these sectors. But what good are panel discussions?
1. Different perspective:
When you have several panelists, the views bring out different perspectives about their personal stories. Our panelists are encouraged to share their unique trajectories, periods of growth and reflection and ultimately, offer insight, guidance and perspective to our attendees.
2. Experts talk:
Since the experts are talking themselves, the information is authentic and all the attendees walk away with heaps of invaluable information, life lessons and insight
If you are listening to panelists, it also gives you a chance to engage with them and ask questions.
4. Establishing Yourself:
If you have been selected as one of the panelists then it gives you an opportunity to establish yourself as a professional and an expert in the concerned subject matter.
5. Audience feedback:
Once the workshop or the panel discussion ends, as a speaker or member of the panel, the opportunity gives you the chance to receive immediate feedback about the session. This not only helps the organizers but the speakers as well in improving the content. The moderator can pick up cues as well.