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Build Trust with Audiences of One to One Thousand: How to Communicate Authentically and Charismatically

Audio Recording

My co-host, Ron Paxton, and I are delighted to announce that our speaker was Dr. Nick Morgan.

Program Description

What does the latest brain research tell us about how we communicate? It turns out that many of our common-sense beliefs about communication are wrong. At this month’s meeting, our guest expert, Dr. Nick Morgan, will discuss how to “show up” in your business meetings and presentations with authenticity and charisma, and become a more effective communicator.

Learning Objectives

    Dr. Morgan will discuss -

    • The single most important communication issue for people in all walks of life today.
    • Recent brain research that has changed the way we understand communications.
    • The 4 steps to authenticity and charisma.
    • Why people need charisma more than ever today to stand out.
    • The top 3 secrets to becoming more charismatic.
    • Why non-verbal communications is far more important than most people realize.

    About Dr. Nick Morgan:

    Dr. Nick Morgan is one of America’s top communication theorists and coaches and an internationally known public speaker. A passionate teacher, he is committed to helping people find clarity in their thinking and ideas, and then delivering them with panache. Nick has been commissioned by Fortune 50 companies to write for many CEOs and presidents, and has worked widely with political and educational leaders. He has coached individuals to give Congressional testimony, to appear on the Today Show, and to take on the investment community.

    Nick’s methods, which are well-known for challenging conventional thinking, have been published worldwide. His acclaimed book on public speaking, Working the Room, was published by Harvard in 2003 and reprinted in paperback in 2005 as Give Your Speech, Change the World. His new book on authentic communications, Trust Me, was published by Jossey-Bass in January 2009.

    Nick served as editor of the Harvard Management Communication Letter from 1998 – 2003, and he is a former Fellow at the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Nick’s communications consulting company, Public Words Inc., was founded in 1997.

    We invite you to invite others who might benefit from this highly relevant topic. For more information about the Career Coaches Special Interest Group please visit

    Warmest Regards,

    Tara Kachaturoff, Co-Host
    Coach U Career Coach SIG

    Featuring Monthly Meetings of Interest to Career Coaches Around the World

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