If you’re pitching or presenting, teaching or toasting, learning how to be more influential will help. Please join me and GSB Professor Zak Tormala as we discuss best practices for persuasive communication on the latest episode of Think Fast. Talk Smart — the podcast. READ MORE
In this podcast episode, Matt Abrahams shares research-supported techniques for gaining confidence in high-stakes communication situations. READ MORE
In this “Quick Thinks” podcast episode, Stanford improv experts share advice on getting out of our heads and into the moment at hand.
By Charity Ferreira
You’re sharing space with kids, pets, partners, housemates. You’re joining work meetings, maybe from your phone, wearing your pajama pants, and possibly contorted into whatever corner of your bedroom, kitchen or front porch has the best Wi-Fi connection. You’re using the same platform to meet with your colleagues that you use to attend concerts, happy hours and toddler birthday parties. When it comes to remote meetings in the age of COVID-19, the boundaries are blurred. And for now, that’s OK.READ MORE
“Leading successful meetings remotely and being a strong speaker on-screen require specific skills. Communicating effectively has to do with your presence, ability to leverage tools, and your audience engagement. In this Quick Thinks podcast episode you’ll learn best practices for becoming a more effective and engaging online communicator.” READ MORE
Transitioning from monolog to dialog can be tricky, especially when your audience sends challenging objections your way. In the latest episode of Think Fast Talk Smart, we discuss techniques to help you confidently and empathetically respond to skepticism without sounding defensive, evasive, or dismissive. READ MORE
My second podcast episode was just released. Listen in to learn about how you can actively manage your reputation and the impressions others have of you. READ MORE
Stanford improv experts discuss the art of in-the-moment communication in this episode of Think Fast, Talk Smart.