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  • 09 March 2018
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READ Communicate to Influence DOWNLOAD í Communicate to Influence The gold standard of communication training programs USA Today shows leaders how to deliver messages that don't just inform but influence and inspire others to actionIt isn't just about the message it's about the messenger It isn. Co authors business partners and life partners Kelly and Ben Decker walk you through their method of creating engaging presentations that win people over and lead to the results you want Each chapter ends with exercises to help you eradicate behaviors that hold you back and adopt a stronger communication style You ll learn about the number one thing you need to do before planning your presentation narrative hint it has nothing to do with you and the power of the rule of three Make sure you have a highlighter handy once you start reading this oneNotes from the bookMore and people are looking to inspire not just inform at their companies One idea Hertz holds TOM Talks TOM Total Open Mind which is Hertz s shorthand for an entrepreneurial innovation orientation Exec team selects four people worldwide to deliver an inspiring message in 12 minutes or less at their annual leadership conference It s now one of the most popular parts of their program You need to create an emotional connection by1 Show warmth care and interest as well as competence so we can engage others as we deliver a message2 Add emotion to our content Use stories analogies and even humor Stories especially those that reveal personal vulnerability help us get to know that person and further increase that connectionThere are 5 Behaviors of TrustMake the Connection Eye communicationKeep Them Tuned in with Energy Posture and Movement Gestures and facial expressions Voice and vocal varietyBoost Credibility Pausing pausing can also help you avoid using a filler word like um or you know It also helps you breathe Good practice techniue try to overdo the pause Create Emotional Connection through SHARPsStories have the most power Let me tell you a story HumorAnalogiesReferencesPictures and VisualsRules for storytelling Begin with the End in Mind know that everything you say leads to the ending Make Me Care the greatest story commandment Make the Audience Work for Its Meal create a curiosity gap Storytelling is the well organized absence of information Draws people in and makes them want to know Drama is anticipation mingled with uncertainty William Archer Give people kernels of information so they try to figure things out and connect the dots Make it Personal share something about yourself Watch Andrew Stanton s TED Talk The Clues to a Great Story What would happen if you wanted to persuade a bunch of people to come along with you on a journey What are the two things you need to do Well you ve got to start where they are and you ve got to give them a reason to come with you Chris AndersonPresentation Prep1 Start with pad of sticky notes 2 Write trigger words 1 7 words to trigger your idea on sticky notes 3 Move the pieces around to figure out flowSpend a lot of time figuring out your Cornerstones your key messages Think about the listeners first then the POV you want to share what need to do concrete action steps what s the benefit to audience make it as individual as possible POV Your big idea the one thing you want everyone in the room to walk away with The biggest change in how you want your listeners to think about or act on your idea The ask without showing your selfish ambition highlighting why it s relevant to themhttpsdeckercomwp contentuploadsAlso search under images for some Slideshare presentationsRemember the Rule of Three Omni Trim Perfectum Everything that comes in threes is perfectStop drop and rollLife liberty and the pursuit of happinessVeni vidi viciA good opening is critical to setting the tone for your message and giving your listeners a reason to listen Keep listeners attention by bringing in a SHARP at regular points in the presentationEnd strong Make closing as memorable as possible Rules for Panels1 Look at audience invite them in with your eyes 80 percent to audience 20% to moderator2 Have fun Banter with other panelists and play off of them Smile 3 Keep your energy up when sitting down energy is lower Project your voice Use gestures Lean forward towards audience4 Be aware of how you can distract when you are listening to other panelists You re always on5 Have some SHARPs to share Don t just share a straight or factual answer Help the audience see what you re discussingAfter every presentation look for feedback using the 3 x 3 rule What are three things to Keep Did well at What are three things to Improve Bluebeards Bride just inform but influence and inspire others to actionIt isn't Since You've Been Gone just about the message it's about the messenger It isn. Co authors business partners and life partners Kelly and Ben Decker walk you through their method of creating engaging presentations that win people over and lead to the results you want Each chapter ends with exercises to help you eradicate behaviors that hold you back and adopt a stronger communication style You ll learn about the number one thing you need to do before planning your presentation narrative hint it has nothing to do with you and the power of the rule of three Make sure you have a highlighter handy once you start reading this oneNotes from the bookMore and people are looking to inspire not The Promise of Rain just inform at their companies One idea Hertz holds TOM Talks TOM Total Open Mind which is Hertz s shorthand for an entrepreneurial innovation orientation Exec team selects four people worldwide to deliver an inspiring message in 12 minutes or less at their annual leadership conference It s now one of the most popular parts of their program You need to create an emotional connection by1 Show warmth care and interest as well as competence so we can engage others as we deliver a message2 Add emotion to our content Use stories analogies and even humor Stories especially those that reveal personal vulnerability help us get to know that person and further increase that connectionThere are 5 Behaviors of TrustMake the Connection Eye communicationKeep Them Tuned in with Energy Posture and Movement Gestures and facial expressions Voice and vocal varietyBoost Credibility Pausing pausing can also help you avoid using a filler word like um or you know It also helps you breathe Good practice techniue try to overdo the pause Create Emotional Connection through SHARPsStories have the most power Let me tell you a story HumorAnalogiesReferencesPictures and VisualsRules for storytelling Begin with the End in Mind know that everything you say leads to the ending Make Me Care the greatest story commandment Make the Audience Work for Its Meal create a curiosity gap Storytelling is the well organized absence of information Draws people in and makes them want to know Drama is anticipation mingled with uncertainty William Archer Give people kernels of information so they try to figure things out and connect the dots Make it Personal share something about yourself Watch Andrew Stanton s TED Talk The Clues to a Great Story What would happen if you wanted to persuade a bunch of people to come along with you on a His Baby Bargain Texas Legends The McCabes #4 journey What are the two things you need to do Well you ve got to start where they are and you ve got to give them a reason to come with you Chris AndersonPresentation Prep1 Start with pad of sticky notes 2 Write trigger words 1 7 words to trigger your idea on sticky notes 3 Move the pieces around to figure out flowSpend a lot of time figuring out your Cornerstones your key messages Think about the listeners first then the POV you want to share what need to do concrete action steps what s the benefit to audience make it as individual as possible POV Your big idea the one thing you want everyone in the room to walk away with The biggest change in how you want your listeners to think about or act on your idea The ask without showing your selfish ambition highlighting why it s relevant to themhttpsdeckercomwp contentuploadsAlso search under images for some Slideshare presentationsRemember the Rule of Three Omni Trim Perfectum Everything that comes in threes is perfectStop drop and rollLife liberty and the pursuit of happinessVeni vidi viciA good opening is critical to setting the tone for your message and giving your listeners a reason to listen Keep listeners attention by bringing in a SHARP at regular points in the presentationEnd strong Make closing as memorable as possible Rules for Panels1 Look at audience invite them in with your eyes 80 percent to audience 20% to moderator2 Have fun Banter with other panelists and play off of them Smile 3 Keep your energy up when sitting down energy is lower Project your voice Use gestures Lean forward towards audience4 Be aware of how you can distract when you are listening to other panelists You re always on5 Have some SHARPs to share Don t The Joy of Fundraising just share a straight or factual answer Help the audience see what you re discussingAfter every presentation look for feedback using the 3 x 3 rule What are three things to Keep Did well at What are three things to Improve

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READ Communicate to Influence DOWNLOAD í Communicate to Influence 't just about what you say but how you say it Communicate to Influence helps you turn your messages of information into messages of influenceUsing the trademarked Decker Method the book teaches you how to determine where your com. Building an emotional connection with your audience is critical to inspiring action Conveying authenticity and warmth through your behaviors and your voice as well as adding emotional triggers to your content will foster this connection Using the Decker Grid to develop a well structured unscripted message will facilitate the delivery of an effective communication Avah Maldita Aarte pa? just about what you say but how you say it Communicate to Influence helps you turn your messages of information into messages of influenceUsing the trademarked Decker Method the book teaches you how to determine where your com. Building an emotional connection with your audience is critical to inspiring action Conveying authenticity and warmth through your behaviors and your voice as well as adding emotional triggers to your content will foster this connection Using the Decker Grid to develop a well structured unscripted message will facilitate the delivery of an effective communication

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