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Keeping Audiences Captivated (Even Remotely):
What Neuroscience, Brain Imaging, and
Behavioral Science Have to Say about That!

John MolidorGuest Expert:

John B. Molidor, PhD, CSP
(About John)

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The Program:

Even savvy, seasoned, in-person and virtual presenters can apply the latest research from neuroscience, brain imaging, and behavioral science to improve their presentations. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, critical nuances can make your sessions stand out from others — and win you more engagements.

Busy speakers think they must be doing everything right or they wouldn’t be so booked. But by implementing John’s information, they’ll see their results soar, and their engagements increase, along with their fees.

John shares what to do (as well as what not to do) to increase your edge when presenting, including optimal audience engagement strategies, and maximizing retention of your material.

Please join us to hear some researched, practical, and nuanced information that you can implement easily and rapidly in your speaking endeavors. It will be fast, fun, and facete!

You will learn how to:

  • utilize the latest research from neuroscience, brain imaging, and behavioral science to increase your presentation effectiveness
  • make tiny tweaks in your presentation design and delivery to create more audience engagement
  • implement John’s information to maximize retention of your material — thus making you more valuable
  • ditch what you thought worked well to integrate even better researched-based ideas

More about our guest expert:

John B. Molidor, PhD, CSP is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine; the 2020–2021 president of the Global Speakers Federation; and a past president of the National Speakers Association.

Dr. Molidor is most interested in how the brain works and how one can produce brain-friendly presentations and interpersonal interactions by using lessons from neuroscience and psychology. He draws upon over 40 years’ experience from speaking from the platform as well as from the world of academia.

John is the author of Crazy Good Interviewing! How Acting A Little Crazy Can Get You The Job, published by Wiley and Sons. He is enjoying multiple roles within his life these days — speaker, author, psychologist, professor, husband, father, brother, uncle, great uncle, and, most importantly, Papa!

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