Jonathan Halls' keynote to HR and Talent Executives at ATD's Annual BEST Awards conference. Includes audience walkabout and interaction. This excerpt dispels the myth of 'perfect communication' and instead highlights the gritty reality that effective communication is messy and unpredictable.
Former BBC executive, Jonathan Halls, has spoken and led seminars in 25 countries for more than 25 years. He engages, entertains and educates. Described as part college professor - because he is - and part talk show host - which he was - he both educates and entertains audiences. Watch him in action in this video of excerpts.
Do you have the skill that every champion athlete has? Every successful corporate leader has? Psychologists call it meta-cognition. But dig beneath the jargon and it's really the skill to learn fast, and learn well. And it's not superstition or something you're born with. Science tells us it's a skill you develop through action and mindset. In today's constantly changing world, it's probably the most important skill you and your team can have if you want to stay competitive and ahead of the curve. Watch this short video and I'll share some more.
Don't believe the books you see in airport bookshops. There is no winning formula for communication. No perfect model of three steps to powerful communication or five principles of communication. The reality is that you and your teams are more likely to fail at communication than succeed. But don't get too worried because brain science tells us why. And with that information we're armed with everything we need to be more successful at communication. And we're talking success in any context. Whether you're giving a video presentation, providing feedback to a member of your team or writing an email. Join former talk show host and professor Jonathan Halls for a short video that delves into the real issues of workplace communication. Learn more in this video and about Jonathan's inspiring keynote that clearly sets out the problem of communication in an age of stress and explores solutions so we're all better understood.