Episode from the podcastSpeaking of Influence

Who Run The World? with guest Joanna Martin

Released Friday, 14th August 2020
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I am truly privileged to have Dr Joanna Martin as my guest on my podcast. Jo was my trainer when I first learned neuro-linguistic programming and she was also one of the people who taught me presentation and public speaking skills. Since she is the person who inspired me to want to become a speaker and trainer, it was a delight when she agreed to come on the show.
Jo is a renowned visionary, coach, speaker and entrepreneur Her message and work have directly impacted over 120,000 people on four different continents. She initially qualified as a medical doctor and spent a number of months in oncology where the death of a favourite patient provided a wakeup call to get her life “on purpose”. Then, she changed her career and was accepted to the Actors Centre Australia. 
She went on to study human psychology, behaviour and growth and in 2003 launched her own coaching company in Sydney, with no network and no business experience.  Within a year her business was thriving, consulting with the likes of ANZ bank, John Fairfax Publishing and eBay.
From there she worked as Head of Research and Training at one of the fastest-growing personal development companies on the international stage and in 2008 launched her own business Shift Speaker Training, which she took to 7-figures within just 12 months. There she shared her speaking success secrets with over 23,000 business owners over four years.
Her evolution continued in 2014 when she founded One of many, to help women to step up into leadership and increase their impact without burning out. One of many has so far reached over 70,000 women around the world. Jo is an internationally acclaimed and award-winning speaker, a diplomatic wife, a sometimes-too-tired mother, a protective sister, and a caring friend.
Don't miss this fascinating and inspiring conversation and find out how Jo is just one of many women changing the world.
For anyone who gets/got a bit lost when we talked about values systems, it was referring to Gravsian Values as defined by Clare Graves in Spiral Dynamics. A very worthwhile and surprisingly accessible book. The book Jo spoke about in relation to this is called Reinventing Organisations by Frederic Laloux.
Jo's FREE gift to you is Seven Rituals to Calm the Daily Chaos: https://oneofmany.co.uk/rituals/
Here are some ways you can connect with Joanna Martin on social media:
Facebook - business page: https://www.facebook.com/OneOfManyWomen/ 
LinkedIn - business page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/one-of-many/
LinkedIn - profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joannamartin/
Instagram - business page: https://www.instagram.com/oneofmanywomen/
Instagram - profile: https://www.instagram.com/drjoannamartin/
Hope you enjoy the show. If you listen on Apple Podcasts, please leave us a review. It helps people to find the show and helps me to keep improving. 

Have a great week, John.

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The number one leadership skill in this communication age is public speaking. It has traditionally been classified as a soft skill but really it’s a meta-skill and a critical ability to have in your business tool belt. Since the days of Plato and Socrates, public speaking (oratory) has been a prized quality in leadership and still remains one of the best ways to gain credibility and followers. The art of rhetoric was born and public speaking has become the top tool for influence and persuasion in the worlds of politics and business. If you want to become a key person if influence in any field, you will need to master public speaking and presentation skills. We now know much more about the tools of influence and persuasion than the ancient Roman orators, thanks to luminaries like Robert Cialdini and Robert Greene, as well as many others. According to Linked In, persuasion was the most important skill to learn in 2019, and for good reason too. We are in a time where most jobs and work as we know it are in the process of automation thanks to developments in AI and robotics. Presentation skills and public speaking sit at the perfect nexus between education and entertainment that will mean those who possess these skills will still remain in demand. In the podcast, we’ll get to speak with professional speakers, as well as professionals who use speaking as a part of their branding and marketing. You’ll hear from psychologists, marketers, agents, actors, comedians and more as we discuss all things relevant to presentation and influence skills, even the dark side. Make sure you subscribe to never miss an episode.

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