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Chapter 3: What You Need to do: Before the Focus Group

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What You Need to do: Before the Focus Group
What you need to do: Before the focus group
Prepare Yourself Mentally

Moderators must be mentally alert and free from distractions, anxieties, or pressures that limit their ability to think quickly. Moderating a group discussion requires concentration and careful listening. Therefore, you should plan your schedule to minimize the risk of unexpected pressures that might limit your ability to concentrate. Moderators must be able to give their full attention to the group.

The moderator should be completely familiar with the questioning route. Typically, key questions will be limited to between two and five questions, with possible subpoints after each question. The moderator will have a list of questions but will use it only ...

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