May 11, 2017
Improving Impact & Influence:
What Your Brain Has To Say About That!
5 PM – 6 PM MEMBERS ONLY Ask The Speaker
6 PM-7 PM Networking & Dinner
7 PM-9 PM program
Would you like to know what goes on inside of your brain (as well as your audience’s) when you are presenting? Would you like to see how your brain lights up when it hears a familiar story (e.g., like the ‘Star-Fish’ Story)? Would you like to learn some brain-friendly techniques that you can immediately use in your presentations?
This powerful three-pound mass (and sometimes mess) of grey and white matter, which we call the brain, disproportionately exerts an incredible influence on yourself and others. Knowing how to use it effectively and efficiently can greatly increase your impact on others. Knowing what might be going on inside the brain of your audience allows you to truly personalize your content.
Come join us as we look inside (as well as outside) the brain. This session will literally peel back what goes on in your audience’s brain.
Three Key Learning Objectives
- Identify three major speaking myths/stories people use.
- Learn how to do “quick & dirty” research.
- Bust some speaking myths/stories.
Dr. John B. Molidor comes to us from the Great Lakes State of Michigan, where he is the President for the National Speakers Association-US. When he’s not trying to figure out the universe, he can be found at Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine where he is a Professor of Psychiatry and a Regional Community Campus Dean. John loves presenting about how the brain works and influences our audiences. He is excited to be presenting to his speaking colleagues and looks forward to having some fun with us!
NSA-NJ Chapter Members, Philadelphia, New York, & Connecticut Chapter Members EARLY BIRD RATE THROUGH 5/8: $50
Member Early bird expires 5/8 rates after that the rate is $65 for members
Non-Member/Guest EARLY BIRD RATE THROUGH 5/8:$65
Non-Member Early bird expires 5/8 rates after that the rate is $80 for guests
Hilton Garden Inn
500 Promenade Blvd.