Want to earn your audience’s trust in the first 15 seconds you are on stage? Want to be seen as authentic and likable? Noah Zandan has the answers, based on science and analyzing massive amounts of data.
In this episode, Noah shares the science behind what makes audiences perceive presenters as likable and trustworthy, as well as advice for improving your own communication. Listen in to hear what makes speakers seem authentic, tips for helping people clearly understand your message, and the surprising findings that came from his extensive research on communication.
Noah is the CEO and Co-Founder of Quantified Communications, and a pioneer in applying technology and AI to help people strengthen the way they communicate. Recognized as one of the most innovative domain experts in the rapidly growing field of people analytics and behavioral intelligence, Noah was featured on the main stage at TED2016 speaking about how leaders talk. He also spoke at SXSW on the Intelligent Future, delivered a TED-Ed Lesson in the Playing with Language Series with over nine million views, and was nationally broadcast discussing the future of personal analytics on NPR All Tech Considered.Learn the Secret Science of How Leaders Talk, with @nzandan. #communication #leadership Click To Tweet
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On Today’s Episode We’ll Learn:
- What a speaker should do in the first 15 seconds of a presentation to earn the audience’s like and trust.
- How to grab an audience no matter what you’re saying.
- The unique ability that Noah noticed in highly successful people.
- What makes some visionaries more effective and believable than others.
- The common communication mistake CEOs and other presenters who want to be persuasive tend to make.
- Key factors that impact how an audience perceives your clarity.
- Why repetition is important.
- What matters more than the actual words you say.
- How using second-person pronouns impacts your message.
- What makes written communication seem trustworthy.
- Cues that help determine if someone isn’t being entirely truthful.
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