Brain Rules Public Speaking: Maintain Audience Attention

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Course Description

You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you.

This advice seems deceptively obvious...

... I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.”

But they haven’t. How do I know?

Because the following example is somewhat typical:

Sitting in the audience while observing a client during her presentation, I noticed although people were pretending to look at the presenter, most of the time they were using their open laptops to go shopping and check email. Afterward, I asked if she realized they weren’t listening.

“But they were,” she protested. “They were looking at me.”

“People can seem to be looking at you but not be listening. I mastered that skill in high school,” I said. “Let me ask you something: Do you enjoy being a presenter?”

“I love it,” she said.

“Are you bored while you present?” I asked.

“Not at all. It’s stimulating because I’m active all the time.”

“Which do you prefer? Presenting or listening.”

“Presenting,” she said. “I hate sitting passively while someone drones on—” As the shock of recognition passed across her face, she cut herself off, “Do you think that’s how my audience feels?”

Yes.

I suggested a challenge...

Find a way to keep the listeners in the audience as stimulated and engaged as you are as a presenter.

In his book Brain Rules, John Medina cites research that suggests after about ten minutes of listening to a particular topic, people’s minds wander.

No presentation can be a success if you can’t get and keep your audience’s attention, but you may have searched in vain for a method.

Here are three keys to the solution that we cover in this course:

Module 1: Ask the Right Questions

One of the best ways to keep your audience engaged is to ask the right types of questions.

To understand why, you first have to understand something about the human brain.

It is made up of two parts that operate independently...

...each controls a different mode of thinking.

Excellent communicators know how to ask questions that work both sides of the brain...

...this spurs the neurons to fire constantly, which keeps people attentive.

When a speaker is boring, the only neurons in the room that are firing are the speaker’s.

We'll show you how to use questioning techniques to stimulate both sides.

Module 2: Address Every Learning Style

If your audience is learning, you have their attention.

Seems simple enough...

The problem is that to present your content so you get the attention of everyone in the audience, you have to make sure you address each of the four learning styles.

  1. Step Learners

  2. Talk Learners

  3. Research Learners

  4. Create Learners

We'll show you how to do that with a technique that not only targets all four styles, but can be used at ANY POINT in your next presentation to get RAPT ATTENTION...

...it's VERY cool!

Module 3: Give Targeted Directionals

Yet another way to keep the attention of your audience is with a targeted directional...

...this is a short and sweet method that pays big dividends.

Whenever you want to get your audience’s attention, request that they do one of the following, depending, of course, on what items...

...handouts, monitors, slides, and so on—you are working with.

The actual words you use are somewhat important...

But...

The tone of voice you use is a make or break.

You want to sound confident, but not overbearing, so they’ll take action.

Brain Rules Course Reviews:

“Jason’s advice is practical, straightforward, and incredibly helpful for anyone looking to greatly improve his or her presentation skills.”

Ryan Anderson -- Director of Instructional Design and Development

“Combining years of personal experience as well as knowledge in psychology and sociology, Jason delivered clear advice and practical exercises that turned me into a better oral communicator.”

Kyle Reger -- Software Developer

“It’s a challenge to change your mind and adopt new methods of teaching overnight, but this class helped me immediately improve my classes and my confidence as a trainer. Understanding how to ask questions effectively helps create a very lively atmosphere that makes class more interesting and fun for both the trainees and the trainers. Your class provided me with the easy-to-use formulas that I needed to make that happen. Understanding learning styles also made a huge impact on the way I teach. By prepping class to satisfy all learning styles, I saw an immediate gain in the satisfaction of the class and the trainees’ understanding of the material. It was challenging at some points to make that happen, but after integrating the concepts into some of my lesson plans it made me realize how powerful addressing learning styles really is.”

Mark Phelan - Corporate Trainer

Like I said, this course pays big dividends...

...and we'll show you how to do it properly to get them the same results.

See you on the inside!

About Your Instructor

International Public Speaking Coach, TEDx Speaker and Best Selling author Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people how to flawlessly command attention and connect with audiences in their unique style.

He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques.

Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”.

Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.”

He has developed more than fifty presentation and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method.

In 2014-2020 he was named #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1,000,000 online students around the world.

Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to great Public Speaking for even the most seasoned veterans.

Who this course is for:

  • Any public speakers or presenters who are tired of BORING presentations!

Course content

4 sections • 5 lectures • 58m total length

Instructor

Author, YouTuber, Keynote & TEDx Speaker, CEO Rule the Room
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 18,333 Reviews
  • 62,136 Students
  • 57 Courses

Best Selling Author, YouTuber, TEDx Speaker, International Public Speaking, Financial and Executive Coach, Trainer of Trainers and Founder of Rule the Room, Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people personal development, public speaking, presentation skills, financial training, train the trainer, and communication skills.

He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques.

Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”.

Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.”

He has developed more than fifty personal development, public speaking, presentation, financial training, train-the-trainer and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method – which simply means he makes difficult things easy to understand and implement.

In the last five years, he has been named the #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking, Personal Development and Training for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1 million online students in over 100 countries around the world.

Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to Personal Development, Public Speaking, Presenting, Financial Training and Train-the-Trainer for even the most seasoned veterans.

His book, Rule the Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation, was published in 2013.

What others say:

“Jason integrates the latest research on presenting, learning, and audience dynamics with a captivating style that plays on the ironic fact that he is doing presentations… about presentation skills. And therein lies the secret to these marvelous programs.” Philip Deloria, Harvard University

“It’s pretty simple. Jason Teteak walks the talk. In this day and age, finding a true thought leader amongst the many is the key to getting to new levels. Listening to Jason, reading his work and benefitting from his teachings will take you to that new level you seek.” Al Lautenslager, Best Selling Author, Guerrilla Marketing in 30 Days

Expected Outcomes

  1. Top Four questions you can use RIGHT AWAY that will get AND keep the attention of your including the most commonly misused type of question (and how to properly execute it to perfection) How to use directional statements to get your audience to do what you want (whenever you ask them to do it) and techniques to show enthusiasm about a topic, EVEN if you don’t want to be there An “Active Questions” technique you can use to COMPEL people to respond to your questions that works almost EVERY time Use the “agree and see if you’re right” technique to address every learning style… The top 2 reasons why some audience members aren’t following along with you, and how to make sure they start including a proven technique for effectively teaching difficult topics in ANY presentation Why information is not instruction, and how to make sure you aren’t just an information resource using the 4 learning styles (and why it’s so critical that you know them) The #1 questioning technique that every presenter must know to keep audiences engaged and understanding, and exactly how to execute it Easily engage your audience and stay on topic so their minds never wander with recall questions, leading questions, relevance questions and expertise questions…. …and much, MUCH more! Requirements Download the 'Maintain Attention' Workbook that accompanies this course so that you can follow along perfectly with what is being said. Stop the video when Jason says to do each of the activities that are in this program so that you can get the entire experience. Apply each of the Your turns that occur in each of the major section descriptions to your training so that you can see dramatic differences in your public speaking Rule the Room Style! Description You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you. This advice seems deceptively obvious... ... I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.” But they haven’t. How do I know? Because the following example is somewhat typical: Sitting in the audience while observing a client during her presentation, I noticed although people were pretending to look at the presenter, most of the time they were using their open laptops to go shopping and check email. Afterward, I asked if she realized they weren’t listening. “But they were,” she protested. “They were looking at me.” “People can seem to be looking at you but not be listening. I mastered that skill in high school,” I said. “Let me ask you something: Do you enjoy being a presenter?” “I love it,” she said. “Are you bored while you present?” I asked. “Not at all. It’s stimulating because I’m active all the time.” “Which do you prefer? Presenting or listening.” “Presenting,” she said. “I hate sitting passively while someone drones on—” As the shock of recognition passed across her face, she cut herself off, “Do you think that’s how my audience feels?” Yes. I suggested a challenge... Find a way to keep the listeners in the audience as stimulated and engaged as you are as a presenter. In his book Brain Rules , John Medina cites research that suggests after about ten minutes of listening to a particular topic, people’s minds wander. No presentation can be a success if you can’t get and keep your audience’s attention, but you may have searched in vain for a method. Here are three keys to the solution that we cover in this course: Module 1: Ask the Right Questions One of the best ways to keep your audience engaged is to ask the right types of questions. To understand why, you first have to understand something about the human brain. It is made up of two parts that operate independently... ...each controls a different mode of thinking. Excellent communicators know how to ask questions that work both sides of the brain... ...this spurs the neurons to fire constantly, which keeps people attentive. When a speaker is boring, the only neurons in the room that are firing are the speaker’s. We'll show you how to use questioning techniques to stimulate both sides. Module 2: Address Every Learning Style If your audience is learning, you have their attention. Seems simple enough... The problem is that to present your content so you get the attention of everyone in the audience, you have to make sure you address each of the four learning styles. Step Learners Talk Learners Research Learners Create Learners We'll show you how to do that with a technique that not only targets all four styles, but can be used at ANY POINT in your next presentation to get RAPT ATTENTION... ...it's VERY cool! Module 3: Give Targeted Directionals Yet another way to keep the attention of your audience is with a targeted directional... ...this is a short and sweet method that pays big dividends. Whenever you want to get your audience’s attention, request that they do one of the following, depending, of course, on what items... ...handouts, monitors, slides, and so on—you are working with. The actual words you use are somewhat important... But... The tone of voice you use is a make or break. You want to sound confident, but not overbearing, so they’ll take action. Brain Rules Course Reviews: “Jason’s advice is practical, straightforward, and incredibly helpful for anyone looking to greatly improve his or her presentation skills.” Ryan Anderson -- Director of Instructional Design and Development “Combining years of personal experience as well as knowledge in psychology and sociology, Jason delivered clear advice and practical exercises that turned me into a better oral communicator.” Kyle Reger -- Software Developer “It’s a challenge to change your mind and adopt new methods of teaching overnight, but this class helped me immediately improve my classes and my confidence as a trainer. Understanding how to ask questions effectively helps create a very lively atmosphere that makes class more interesting and fun for both the trainees and the trainers. Your class provided me with the easy-to-use formulas that I needed to make that happen. Understanding learning styles also made a huge impact on the way I teach. By prepping class to satisfy all learning styles, I saw an immediate gain in the satisfaction of the class and the trainees’ understanding of the material. It was challenging at some points to make that happen, but after integrating the concepts into some of my lesson plans it made me realize how powerful addressing learning styles really is.” Mark Phelan - Corporate Trainer Like I said, this course pays big dividends... ...and we'll show you how to do it properly to get them the same results. See you on the inside! About Your Instructor International Public Speaking Coach, TEDx Speaker and Best Selling author Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people how to flawlessly command attention and connect with audiences in their unique style. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty presentation and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method. In 2014-2020 he was named #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1,000,000 online students around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to great Public Speaking for even the most seasoned veterans. Who this course is for: Any public speakers or presenters who are tired of BORING presentations! Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 5 lectures • 58m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction Preview 06:53 Ask the Right Questions 2 lectures • 22min Ask the Right Questions Part 1 - Recall, Leading and Relevance Questions Preview 15:30 Ask the Right Questions Part 2 - Expert Questions 06:23 Address Every Learning Style 1 lecture • 18min Address Every Learning Style 17:34 Give Targeted Directionals 1 lecture • 12min Give Targeted Directionals 12:21 Instructor Jason Teteak Author, YouTuber, Keynote & TEDx Speaker, CEO Rule the Room 4.4 Instructor Rating 18,333 Reviews 62,136 Students 57 Courses Best Selling Author, YouTuber, TEDx Speaker, International Public Speaking, Financial and Executive Coach, Trainer of Trainers and Founder of Rule the Room, Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people personal development, public speaking, presentation skills, financial training, train the trainer, and communication skills. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty personal development, public speaking, presentation, financial training, train-the-trainer and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method – which simply means he makes difficult things easy to understand and implement. In the last five years, he has been named the #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking, Personal Development and Training for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1 million online students in over 100 countries around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to Personal Development, Public Speaking, Presenting, Financial Training and Train-the-Trainer for even the most seasoned veterans. His book, Rule the Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation, was published in 2013. What others say: “Jason integrates the latest research on presenting, learning, and audience dynamics with a captivating style that plays on the ironic fact that he is doing presentations… about presentation skills. And therein lies the secret to these marvelous programs.” Philip Deloria, Harvard University “It’s pretty simple. Jason Teteak walks the talk. In this day and age, finding a true thought leader amongst the many is the key to getting to new levels. Listening to Jason, reading his work and benefitting from his teachings will take you to that new level you seek.” Al Lautenslager, Best Selling Author, Guerrilla Marketing in 30 Days Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  2. How to use directional statements to get your audience to do what you want (whenever you ask them to do it) and techniques to show enthusiasm about a topic, EVEN if you don’t want to be there An “Active Questions” technique you can use to COMPEL people to respond to your questions that works almost EVERY time Use the “agree and see if you’re right” technique to address every learning style… The top 2 reasons why some audience members aren’t following along with you, and how to make sure they start including a proven technique for effectively teaching difficult topics in ANY presentation Why information is not instruction, and how to make sure you aren’t just an information resource using the 4 learning styles (and why it’s so critical that you know them) The #1 questioning technique that every presenter must know to keep audiences engaged and understanding, and exactly how to execute it Easily engage your audience and stay on topic so their minds never wander with recall questions, leading questions, relevance questions and expertise questions…. …and much, MUCH more! Requirements Download the 'Maintain Attention' Workbook that accompanies this course so that you can follow along perfectly with what is being said. Stop the video when Jason says to do each of the activities that are in this program so that you can get the entire experience. Apply each of the Your turns that occur in each of the major section descriptions to your training so that you can see dramatic differences in your public speaking Rule the Room Style! Description You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you. This advice seems deceptively obvious... ... I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.” But they haven’t. How do I know? Because the following example is somewhat typical: Sitting in the audience while observing a client during her presentation, I noticed although people were pretending to look at the presenter, most of the time they were using their open laptops to go shopping and check email. Afterward, I asked if she realized they weren’t listening. “But they were,” she protested. “They were looking at me.” “People can seem to be looking at you but not be listening. I mastered that skill in high school,” I said. “Let me ask you something: Do you enjoy being a presenter?” “I love it,” she said. “Are you bored while you present?” I asked. “Not at all. It’s stimulating because I’m active all the time.” “Which do you prefer? Presenting or listening.” “Presenting,” she said. “I hate sitting passively while someone drones on—” As the shock of recognition passed across her face, she cut herself off, “Do you think that’s how my audience feels?” Yes. I suggested a challenge... Find a way to keep the listeners in the audience as stimulated and engaged as you are as a presenter. In his book Brain Rules , John Medina cites research that suggests after about ten minutes of listening to a particular topic, people’s minds wander. No presentation can be a success if you can’t get and keep your audience’s attention, but you may have searched in vain for a method. Here are three keys to the solution that we cover in this course: Module 1: Ask the Right Questions One of the best ways to keep your audience engaged is to ask the right types of questions. To understand why, you first have to understand something about the human brain. It is made up of two parts that operate independently... ...each controls a different mode of thinking. Excellent communicators know how to ask questions that work both sides of the brain... ...this spurs the neurons to fire constantly, which keeps people attentive. When a speaker is boring, the only neurons in the room that are firing are the speaker’s. We'll show you how to use questioning techniques to stimulate both sides. Module 2: Address Every Learning Style If your audience is learning, you have their attention. Seems simple enough... The problem is that to present your content so you get the attention of everyone in the audience, you have to make sure you address each of the four learning styles. Step Learners Talk Learners Research Learners Create Learners We'll show you how to do that with a technique that not only targets all four styles, but can be used at ANY POINT in your next presentation to get RAPT ATTENTION... ...it's VERY cool! Module 3: Give Targeted Directionals Yet another way to keep the attention of your audience is with a targeted directional... ...this is a short and sweet method that pays big dividends. Whenever you want to get your audience’s attention, request that they do one of the following, depending, of course, on what items... ...handouts, monitors, slides, and so on—you are working with. The actual words you use are somewhat important... But... The tone of voice you use is a make or break. You want to sound confident, but not overbearing, so they’ll take action. Brain Rules Course Reviews: “Jason’s advice is practical, straightforward, and incredibly helpful for anyone looking to greatly improve his or her presentation skills.” Ryan Anderson -- Director of Instructional Design and Development “Combining years of personal experience as well as knowledge in psychology and sociology, Jason delivered clear advice and practical exercises that turned me into a better oral communicator.” Kyle Reger -- Software Developer “It’s a challenge to change your mind and adopt new methods of teaching overnight, but this class helped me immediately improve my classes and my confidence as a trainer. Understanding how to ask questions effectively helps create a very lively atmosphere that makes class more interesting and fun for both the trainees and the trainers. Your class provided me with the easy-to-use formulas that I needed to make that happen. Understanding learning styles also made a huge impact on the way I teach. By prepping class to satisfy all learning styles, I saw an immediate gain in the satisfaction of the class and the trainees’ understanding of the material. It was challenging at some points to make that happen, but after integrating the concepts into some of my lesson plans it made me realize how powerful addressing learning styles really is.” Mark Phelan - Corporate Trainer Like I said, this course pays big dividends... ...and we'll show you how to do it properly to get them the same results. See you on the inside! About Your Instructor International Public Speaking Coach, TEDx Speaker and Best Selling author Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people how to flawlessly command attention and connect with audiences in their unique style. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty presentation and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method. In 2014-2020 he was named #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1,000,000 online students around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to great Public Speaking for even the most seasoned veterans. Who this course is for: Any public speakers or presenters who are tired of BORING presentations! Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 5 lectures • 58m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction Preview 06:53 Ask the Right Questions 2 lectures • 22min Ask the Right Questions Part 1 - Recall, Leading and Relevance Questions Preview 15:30 Ask the Right Questions Part 2 - Expert Questions 06:23 Address Every Learning Style 1 lecture • 18min Address Every Learning Style 17:34 Give Targeted Directionals 1 lecture • 12min Give Targeted Directionals 12:21 Instructor Jason Teteak Author, YouTuber, Keynote & TEDx Speaker, CEO Rule the Room 4.4 Instructor Rating 18,333 Reviews 62,136 Students 57 Courses Best Selling Author, YouTuber, TEDx Speaker, International Public Speaking, Financial and Executive Coach, Trainer of Trainers and Founder of Rule the Room, Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people personal development, public speaking, presentation skills, financial training, train the trainer, and communication skills. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty personal development, public speaking, presentation, financial training, train-the-trainer and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method – which simply means he makes difficult things easy to understand and implement. In the last five years, he has been named the #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking, Personal Development and Training for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1 million online students in over 100 countries around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to Personal Development, Public Speaking, Presenting, Financial Training and Train-the-Trainer for even the most seasoned veterans. His book, Rule the Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation, was published in 2013. What others say: “Jason integrates the latest research on presenting, learning, and audience dynamics with a captivating style that plays on the ironic fact that he is doing presentations… about presentation skills. And therein lies the secret to these marvelous programs.” Philip Deloria, Harvard University “It’s pretty simple. Jason Teteak walks the talk. In this day and age, finding a true thought leader amongst the many is the key to getting to new levels. Listening to Jason, reading his work and benefitting from his teachings will take you to that new level you seek.” Al Lautenslager, Best Selling Author, Guerrilla Marketing in 30 Days Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  3. An “Active Questions” technique you can use to COMPEL people to respond to your questions that works almost EVERY time Use the “agree and see if you’re right” technique to address every learning style… The top 2 reasons why some audience members aren’t following along with you, and how to make sure they start including a proven technique for effectively teaching difficult topics in ANY presentation Why information is not instruction, and how to make sure you aren’t just an information resource using the 4 learning styles (and why it’s so critical that you know them) The #1 questioning technique that every presenter must know to keep audiences engaged and understanding, and exactly how to execute it Easily engage your audience and stay on topic so their minds never wander with recall questions, leading questions, relevance questions and expertise questions…. …and much, MUCH more! Requirements Download the 'Maintain Attention' Workbook that accompanies this course so that you can follow along perfectly with what is being said. Stop the video when Jason says to do each of the activities that are in this program so that you can get the entire experience. Apply each of the Your turns that occur in each of the major section descriptions to your training so that you can see dramatic differences in your public speaking Rule the Room Style! Description You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you. This advice seems deceptively obvious... ... I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.” But they haven’t. How do I know? Because the following example is somewhat typical: Sitting in the audience while observing a client during her presentation, I noticed although people were pretending to look at the presenter, most of the time they were using their open laptops to go shopping and check email. Afterward, I asked if she realized they weren’t listening. “But they were,” she protested. “They were looking at me.” “People can seem to be looking at you but not be listening. I mastered that skill in high school,” I said. “Let me ask you something: Do you enjoy being a presenter?” “I love it,” she said. “Are you bored while you present?” I asked. “Not at all. It’s stimulating because I’m active all the time.” “Which do you prefer? Presenting or listening.” “Presenting,” she said. “I hate sitting passively while someone drones on—” As the shock of recognition passed across her face, she cut herself off, “Do you think that’s how my audience feels?” Yes. I suggested a challenge... Find a way to keep the listeners in the audience as stimulated and engaged as you are as a presenter. In his book Brain Rules , John Medina cites research that suggests after about ten minutes of listening to a particular topic, people’s minds wander. No presentation can be a success if you can’t get and keep your audience’s attention, but you may have searched in vain for a method. Here are three keys to the solution that we cover in this course: Module 1: Ask the Right Questions One of the best ways to keep your audience engaged is to ask the right types of questions. To understand why, you first have to understand something about the human brain. It is made up of two parts that operate independently... ...each controls a different mode of thinking. Excellent communicators know how to ask questions that work both sides of the brain... ...this spurs the neurons to fire constantly, which keeps people attentive. When a speaker is boring, the only neurons in the room that are firing are the speaker’s. We'll show you how to use questioning techniques to stimulate both sides. Module 2: Address Every Learning Style If your audience is learning, you have their attention. Seems simple enough... The problem is that to present your content so you get the attention of everyone in the audience, you have to make sure you address each of the four learning styles. Step Learners Talk Learners Research Learners Create Learners We'll show you how to do that with a technique that not only targets all four styles, but can be used at ANY POINT in your next presentation to get RAPT ATTENTION... ...it's VERY cool! Module 3: Give Targeted Directionals Yet another way to keep the attention of your audience is with a targeted directional... ...this is a short and sweet method that pays big dividends. Whenever you want to get your audience’s attention, request that they do one of the following, depending, of course, on what items... ...handouts, monitors, slides, and so on—you are working with. The actual words you use are somewhat important... But... The tone of voice you use is a make or break. You want to sound confident, but not overbearing, so they’ll take action. Brain Rules Course Reviews: “Jason’s advice is practical, straightforward, and incredibly helpful for anyone looking to greatly improve his or her presentation skills.” Ryan Anderson -- Director of Instructional Design and Development “Combining years of personal experience as well as knowledge in psychology and sociology, Jason delivered clear advice and practical exercises that turned me into a better oral communicator.” Kyle Reger -- Software Developer “It’s a challenge to change your mind and adopt new methods of teaching overnight, but this class helped me immediately improve my classes and my confidence as a trainer. Understanding how to ask questions effectively helps create a very lively atmosphere that makes class more interesting and fun for both the trainees and the trainers. Your class provided me with the easy-to-use formulas that I needed to make that happen. Understanding learning styles also made a huge impact on the way I teach. By prepping class to satisfy all learning styles, I saw an immediate gain in the satisfaction of the class and the trainees’ understanding of the material. It was challenging at some points to make that happen, but after integrating the concepts into some of my lesson plans it made me realize how powerful addressing learning styles really is.” Mark Phelan - Corporate Trainer Like I said, this course pays big dividends... ...and we'll show you how to do it properly to get them the same results. See you on the inside! About Your Instructor International Public Speaking Coach, TEDx Speaker and Best Selling author Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people how to flawlessly command attention and connect with audiences in their unique style. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty presentation and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method. In 2014-2020 he was named #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1,000,000 online students around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to great Public Speaking for even the most seasoned veterans. Who this course is for: Any public speakers or presenters who are tired of BORING presentations! Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 5 lectures • 58m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction Preview 06:53 Ask the Right Questions 2 lectures • 22min Ask the Right Questions Part 1 - Recall, Leading and Relevance Questions Preview 15:30 Ask the Right Questions Part 2 - Expert Questions 06:23 Address Every Learning Style 1 lecture • 18min Address Every Learning Style 17:34 Give Targeted Directionals 1 lecture • 12min Give Targeted Directionals 12:21 Instructor Jason Teteak Author, YouTuber, Keynote & TEDx Speaker, CEO Rule the Room 4.4 Instructor Rating 18,333 Reviews 62,136 Students 57 Courses Best Selling Author, YouTuber, TEDx Speaker, International Public Speaking, Financial and Executive Coach, Trainer of Trainers and Founder of Rule the Room, Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people personal development, public speaking, presentation skills, financial training, train the trainer, and communication skills. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty personal development, public speaking, presentation, financial training, train-the-trainer and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method – which simply means he makes difficult things easy to understand and implement. In the last five years, he has been named the #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking, Personal Development and Training for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1 million online students in over 100 countries around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to Personal Development, Public Speaking, Presenting, Financial Training and Train-the-Trainer for even the most seasoned veterans. His book, Rule the Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation, was published in 2013. What others say: “Jason integrates the latest research on presenting, learning, and audience dynamics with a captivating style that plays on the ironic fact that he is doing presentations… about presentation skills. And therein lies the secret to these marvelous programs.” Philip Deloria, Harvard University “It’s pretty simple. Jason Teteak walks the talk. In this day and age, finding a true thought leader amongst the many is the key to getting to new levels. Listening to Jason, reading his work and benefitting from his teachings will take you to that new level you seek.” Al Lautenslager, Best Selling Author, Guerrilla Marketing in 30 Days Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  4. Use the “agree and see if you’re right” technique to address every learning style… The top 2 reasons why some audience members aren’t following along with you, and how to make sure they start including a proven technique for effectively teaching difficult topics in ANY presentation Why information is not instruction, and how to make sure you aren’t just an information resource using the 4 learning styles (and why it’s so critical that you know them) The #1 questioning technique that every presenter must know to keep audiences engaged and understanding, and exactly how to execute it Easily engage your audience and stay on topic so their minds never wander with recall questions, leading questions, relevance questions and expertise questions…. …and much, MUCH more! Requirements Download the 'Maintain Attention' Workbook that accompanies this course so that you can follow along perfectly with what is being said. Stop the video when Jason says to do each of the activities that are in this program so that you can get the entire experience. Apply each of the Your turns that occur in each of the major section descriptions to your training so that you can see dramatic differences in your public speaking Rule the Room Style! Description You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you. This advice seems deceptively obvious... ... I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.” But they haven’t. How do I know? Because the following example is somewhat typical: Sitting in the audience while observing a client during her presentation, I noticed although people were pretending to look at the presenter, most of the time they were using their open laptops to go shopping and check email. Afterward, I asked if she realized they weren’t listening. “But they were,” she protested. “They were looking at me.” “People can seem to be looking at you but not be listening. I mastered that skill in high school,” I said. “Let me ask you something: Do you enjoy being a presenter?” “I love it,” she said. “Are you bored while you present?” I asked. “Not at all. It’s stimulating because I’m active all the time.” “Which do you prefer? Presenting or listening.” “Presenting,” she said. “I hate sitting passively while someone drones on—” As the shock of recognition passed across her face, she cut herself off, “Do you think that’s how my audience feels?” Yes. I suggested a challenge... Find a way to keep the listeners in the audience as stimulated and engaged as you are as a presenter. In his book Brain Rules , John Medina cites research that suggests after about ten minutes of listening to a particular topic, people’s minds wander. No presentation can be a success if you can’t get and keep your audience’s attention, but you may have searched in vain for a method. Here are three keys to the solution that we cover in this course: Module 1: Ask the Right Questions One of the best ways to keep your audience engaged is to ask the right types of questions. To understand why, you first have to understand something about the human brain. It is made up of two parts that operate independently... ...each controls a different mode of thinking. Excellent communicators know how to ask questions that work both sides of the brain... ...this spurs the neurons to fire constantly, which keeps people attentive. When a speaker is boring, the only neurons in the room that are firing are the speaker’s. We'll show you how to use questioning techniques to stimulate both sides. Module 2: Address Every Learning Style If your audience is learning, you have their attention. Seems simple enough... The problem is that to present your content so you get the attention of everyone in the audience, you have to make sure you address each of the four learning styles. Step Learners Talk Learners Research Learners Create Learners We'll show you how to do that with a technique that not only targets all four styles, but can be used at ANY POINT in your next presentation to get RAPT ATTENTION... ...it's VERY cool! Module 3: Give Targeted Directionals Yet another way to keep the attention of your audience is with a targeted directional... ...this is a short and sweet method that pays big dividends. Whenever you want to get your audience’s attention, request that they do one of the following, depending, of course, on what items... ...handouts, monitors, slides, and so on—you are working with. The actual words you use are somewhat important... But... The tone of voice you use is a make or break. You want to sound confident, but not overbearing, so they’ll take action. Brain Rules Course Reviews: “Jason’s advice is practical, straightforward, and incredibly helpful for anyone looking to greatly improve his or her presentation skills.” Ryan Anderson -- Director of Instructional Design and Development “Combining years of personal experience as well as knowledge in psychology and sociology, Jason delivered clear advice and practical exercises that turned me into a better oral communicator.” Kyle Reger -- Software Developer “It’s a challenge to change your mind and adopt new methods of teaching overnight, but this class helped me immediately improve my classes and my confidence as a trainer. Understanding how to ask questions effectively helps create a very lively atmosphere that makes class more interesting and fun for both the trainees and the trainers. Your class provided me with the easy-to-use formulas that I needed to make that happen. Understanding learning styles also made a huge impact on the way I teach. By prepping class to satisfy all learning styles, I saw an immediate gain in the satisfaction of the class and the trainees’ understanding of the material. It was challenging at some points to make that happen, but after integrating the concepts into some of my lesson plans it made me realize how powerful addressing learning styles really is.” Mark Phelan - Corporate Trainer Like I said, this course pays big dividends... ...and we'll show you how to do it properly to get them the same results. See you on the inside! About Your Instructor International Public Speaking Coach, TEDx Speaker and Best Selling author Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people how to flawlessly command attention and connect with audiences in their unique style. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty presentation and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method. In 2014-2020 he was named #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1,000,000 online students around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to great Public Speaking for even the most seasoned veterans. Who this course is for: Any public speakers or presenters who are tired of BORING presentations! Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 5 lectures • 58m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction Preview 06:53 Ask the Right Questions 2 lectures • 22min Ask the Right Questions Part 1 - Recall, Leading and Relevance Questions Preview 15:30 Ask the Right Questions Part 2 - Expert Questions 06:23 Address Every Learning Style 1 lecture • 18min Address Every Learning Style 17:34 Give Targeted Directionals 1 lecture • 12min Give Targeted Directionals 12:21 Instructor Jason Teteak Author, YouTuber, Keynote & TEDx Speaker, CEO Rule the Room 4.4 Instructor Rating 18,333 Reviews 62,136 Students 57 Courses Best Selling Author, YouTuber, TEDx Speaker, International Public Speaking, Financial and Executive Coach, Trainer of Trainers and Founder of Rule the Room, Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people personal development, public speaking, presentation skills, financial training, train the trainer, and communication skills. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty personal development, public speaking, presentation, financial training, train-the-trainer and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method – which simply means he makes difficult things easy to understand and implement. In the last five years, he has been named the #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking, Personal Development and Training for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1 million online students in over 100 countries around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to Personal Development, Public Speaking, Presenting, Financial Training and Train-the-Trainer for even the most seasoned veterans. His book, Rule the Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation, was published in 2013. What others say: “Jason integrates the latest research on presenting, learning, and audience dynamics with a captivating style that plays on the ironic fact that he is doing presentations… about presentation skills. And therein lies the secret to these marvelous programs.” Philip Deloria, Harvard University “It’s pretty simple. Jason Teteak walks the talk. In this day and age, finding a true thought leader amongst the many is the key to getting to new levels. Listening to Jason, reading his work and benefitting from his teachings will take you to that new level you seek.” Al Lautenslager, Best Selling Author, Guerrilla Marketing in 30 Days Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  5. The top 2 reasons why some audience members aren’t following along with you, and how to make sure they start including a proven technique for effectively teaching difficult topics in ANY presentation Why information is not instruction, and how to make sure you aren’t just an information resource using the 4 learning styles (and why it’s so critical that you know them) The #1 questioning technique that every presenter must know to keep audiences engaged and understanding, and exactly how to execute it Easily engage your audience and stay on topic so their minds never wander with recall questions, leading questions, relevance questions and expertise questions…. …and much, MUCH more! Requirements Download the 'Maintain Attention' Workbook that accompanies this course so that you can follow along perfectly with what is being said. Stop the video when Jason says to do each of the activities that are in this program so that you can get the entire experience. Apply each of the Your turns that occur in each of the major section descriptions to your training so that you can see dramatic differences in your public speaking Rule the Room Style! Description You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you. This advice seems deceptively obvious... ... I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.” But they haven’t. How do I know? Because the following example is somewhat typical: Sitting in the audience while observing a client during her presentation, I noticed although people were pretending to look at the presenter, most of the time they were using their open laptops to go shopping and check email. Afterward, I asked if she realized they weren’t listening. “But they were,” she protested. “They were looking at me.” “People can seem to be looking at you but not be listening. I mastered that skill in high school,” I said. “Let me ask you something: Do you enjoy being a presenter?” “I love it,” she said. “Are you bored while you present?” I asked. “Not at all. It’s stimulating because I’m active all the time.” “Which do you prefer? Presenting or listening.” “Presenting,” she said. “I hate sitting passively while someone drones on—” As the shock of recognition passed across her face, she cut herself off, “Do you think that’s how my audience feels?” Yes. I suggested a challenge... Find a way to keep the listeners in the audience as stimulated and engaged as you are as a presenter. In his book Brain Rules , John Medina cites research that suggests after about ten minutes of listening to a particular topic, people’s minds wander. No presentation can be a success if you can’t get and keep your audience’s attention, but you may have searched in vain for a method. Here are three keys to the solution that we cover in this course: Module 1: Ask the Right Questions One of the best ways to keep your audience engaged is to ask the right types of questions. To understand why, you first have to understand something about the human brain. It is made up of two parts that operate independently... ...each controls a different mode of thinking. Excellent communicators know how to ask questions that work both sides of the brain... ...this spurs the neurons to fire constantly, which keeps people attentive. When a speaker is boring, the only neurons in the room that are firing are the speaker’s. We'll show you how to use questioning techniques to stimulate both sides. Module 2: Address Every Learning Style If your audience is learning, you have their attention. Seems simple enough... The problem is that to present your content so you get the attention of everyone in the audience, you have to make sure you address each of the four learning styles. Step Learners Talk Learners Research Learners Create Learners We'll show you how to do that with a technique that not only targets all four styles, but can be used at ANY POINT in your next presentation to get RAPT ATTENTION... ...it's VERY cool! Module 3: Give Targeted Directionals Yet another way to keep the attention of your audience is with a targeted directional... ...this is a short and sweet method that pays big dividends. Whenever you want to get your audience’s attention, request that they do one of the following, depending, of course, on what items... ...handouts, monitors, slides, and so on—you are working with. The actual words you use are somewhat important... But... The tone of voice you use is a make or break. You want to sound confident, but not overbearing, so they’ll take action. Brain Rules Course Reviews: “Jason’s advice is practical, straightforward, and incredibly helpful for anyone looking to greatly improve his or her presentation skills.” Ryan Anderson -- Director of Instructional Design and Development “Combining years of personal experience as well as knowledge in psychology and sociology, Jason delivered clear advice and practical exercises that turned me into a better oral communicator.” Kyle Reger -- Software Developer “It’s a challenge to change your mind and adopt new methods of teaching overnight, but this class helped me immediately improve my classes and my confidence as a trainer. Understanding how to ask questions effectively helps create a very lively atmosphere that makes class more interesting and fun for both the trainees and the trainers. Your class provided me with the easy-to-use formulas that I needed to make that happen. Understanding learning styles also made a huge impact on the way I teach. By prepping class to satisfy all learning styles, I saw an immediate gain in the satisfaction of the class and the trainees’ understanding of the material. It was challenging at some points to make that happen, but after integrating the concepts into some of my lesson plans it made me realize how powerful addressing learning styles really is.” Mark Phelan - Corporate Trainer Like I said, this course pays big dividends... ...and we'll show you how to do it properly to get them the same results. See you on the inside! About Your Instructor International Public Speaking Coach, TEDx Speaker and Best Selling author Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people how to flawlessly command attention and connect with audiences in their unique style. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty presentation and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method. In 2014-2020 he was named #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1,000,000 online students around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to great Public Speaking for even the most seasoned veterans. Who this course is for: Any public speakers or presenters who are tired of BORING presentations! Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 5 lectures • 58m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction Preview 06:53 Ask the Right Questions 2 lectures • 22min Ask the Right Questions Part 1 - Recall, Leading and Relevance Questions Preview 15:30 Ask the Right Questions Part 2 - Expert Questions 06:23 Address Every Learning Style 1 lecture • 18min Address Every Learning Style 17:34 Give Targeted Directionals 1 lecture • 12min Give Targeted Directionals 12:21 Instructor Jason Teteak Author, YouTuber, Keynote & TEDx Speaker, CEO Rule the Room 4.4 Instructor Rating 18,333 Reviews 62,136 Students 57 Courses Best Selling Author, YouTuber, TEDx Speaker, International Public Speaking, Financial and Executive Coach, Trainer of Trainers and Founder of Rule the Room, Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people personal development, public speaking, presentation skills, financial training, train the trainer, and communication skills. He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it “No theoretical fluff”. Jason gained recognition at EPIC Systems in the medical software industry, where he was known as “trainer of trainers of trainers.” He has developed more than fifty personal development, public speaking, presentation, financial training, train-the-trainer and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for The Rule the Room Method – which simply means he makes difficult things easy to understand and implement. In the last five years, he has been named the #1 Best Selling coach on Public Speaking, Personal Development and Training for his on-demand video teaching tools that quickly took off for over 1 million online students in over 100 countries around the world. Teteak has flipped the model and changed the approach to Personal Development, Public Speaking, Presenting, Financial Training and Train-the-Trainer for even the most seasoned veterans. His book, Rule the Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation, was published in 2013. What others say: “Jason integrates the latest research on presenting, learning, and audience dynamics with a captivating style that plays on the ironic fact that he is doing presentations… about presentation skills. And therein lies the secret to these marvelous programs.” Philip Deloria, Harvard University “It’s pretty simple. Jason Teteak walks the talk. In this day and age, finding a true thought leader amongst the many is the key to getting to new levels. 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  6. Why information is not instruction, and how to make sure you aren’t just an information resource using the 4 learning styles (and why it’s so critical that you know them) The #1 questioning technique that every presenter must know to keep audiences engaged and understanding, and exactly how to execute it Easily engage your audience and stay on topic so their minds never wander with recall questions, leading questions, relevance questions and expertise questions…. …and much, MUCH more! Requirements Download the 'Maintain Attention' Workbook that accompanies this course so that you can follow along perfectly with what is being said. Stop the video when Jason says to do each of the activities that are in this program so that you can get the entire experience. Apply each of the Your turns that occur in each of the major section descriptions to your training so that you can see dramatic differences in your public speaking Rule the Room Style! Description You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you. This advice seems deceptively obvious... ... I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.” But they haven’t. How do I know? Because the following example is somewhat typical: Sitting in the audience while observing a client during her presentation, I noticed although people were pretending to look at the presenter, most of the time they were using their open laptops to go shopping and check email. Afterward, I asked if she realized they weren’t listening. “But they were,” she protested. “They were looking at me.” “People can seem to be looking at you but not be listening. I mastered that skill in high school,” I said. “Let me ask you something: Do you enjoy being a presenter?” “I love it,” she said. “Are you bored while you present?” I asked. “Not at all. It’s stimulating because I’m active all the time.” “Which do you prefer? Presenting or listening.” “Presenting,” she said. “I hate sitting passively while someone drones on—” As the shock of recognition passed across her face, she cut herself off, “Do you think that’s how my audience feels?” Yes. I suggested a challenge... Find a way to keep the listeners in the audience as stimulated and engaged as you are as a presenter. In his book Brain Rules , John Medina cites research that suggests after about ten minutes of listening to a particular topic, people’s minds wander. No presentation can be a success if you can’t get and keep your audience’s attention, but you may have searched in vain for a method. Here are three keys to the solution that we cover in this course: Module 1: Ask the Right Questions One of the best ways to keep your audience engaged is to ask the right types of questions. To understand why, you first have to understand something about the human brain. It is made up of two parts that operate independently... ...each controls a different mode of thinking. Excellent communicators know how to ask questions that work both sides of the brain... ...this spurs the neurons to fire constantly, which keeps people attentive. When a speaker is boring, the only neurons in the room that are firing are the speaker’s. We'll show you how to use questioning techniques to stimulate both sides. Module 2: Address Every Learning Style If your audience is learning, you have their attention. Seems simple enough... The problem is that to present your content so you get the attention of everyone in the audience, you have to make sure you address each of the four learning styles. Step Learners Talk Learners Research Learners Create Learners We'll show you how to do that with a technique that not only targets all four styles, but can be used at ANY POINT in your next presentation to get RAPT ATTENTION... ...it's VERY cool! Module 3: Give Targeted Directionals Yet another way to keep the attention of your audience is with a targeted directional... ...this is a short and sweet method that pays big dividends. Whenever you want to get your audience’s attention, request that they do one of the following, depending, of course, on what items... ...handouts, monitors, slides, and so on—you are working with. The actual words you use are somewhat important... But... The tone of voice you use is a make or break. You want to sound confident, but not overbearing, so they’ll take action. Brain Rules Course Reviews: “Jason’s advice is practical, straightforward, and incredibly helpful for anyone looking to greatly improve his or her presentation skills.” Ryan Anderson -- Director of Instructional Design and Development “Combining years of personal experience as well as knowledge in psychology and sociology, Jason delivered clear advice and practical exercises that turned me into a better oral communicator.” Kyle Reger -- Software Developer “It’s a challenge to change your mind and adopt new methods of teaching overnight, but this class helped me immediately improve my classes and my confidence as a trainer. Understanding how to ask questions effectively helps create a very lively atmosphere that makes class more interesting and fun for both the trainees