How is communicating virtually Is like eating Pringles forever? Find out as I talk to Nick Morgan about his new book Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World (Harvard Business Review Press, 2018).Morgan is one of America’s top communication theorists and coaches. He’s written for Fortune 50 CEOs as well as for political and educational leaders, and coached people for events ranging from TED talks to giving testimony to Congress.Topics covered in this episode include:
What’s the likeliest way to lose the trust of others during a conference call, and how can you best hope to restore it?
Why are most online webinars a disaster and what kind of format improves them best?
If powerpoint presentations are no longer the way to go in selling to prospects in online calls, what’s the alternative?
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Nick Morgan is a coach, writer, and speaker. He was a public speechwriter for a governor and eventually started his own business. A series of events led him to the public speaking world. Nick had an experience with his father at age 17 that inspired him to ask what it was about communication that you could receive a lifetime of secrets at a glance. At 17, Nick was also in a tobogganing accident and was in a coma after flatlining for 15 minutes. This experience changed him. He could no longer assess the mood of familiar people. It took a year of studying body language to understand how to read people again. In this episode, Mark and Nick discuss the conscious mind vs subconscious mind. They talk about what Nick has learned from being technically dead for 15 minutes. They also discuss our job in this life: not to judge other people, but to love other people.
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