Next year, Ethos3 will be releasing a book titled “What’s Your Presentation Persona,” which is based off of our proprietary presentation assessment and corresponding training program called Badge. In Badge training, 4 quadrants of presentations are covered – one of which is response. And this quadrant is quite possibly the most important of them all. The main reason any person delivers a presentation is to affect others in some way, shape, or form. If you aren’t eliciting a response with your presentation, then what are you doing?
In this episode of the Presentation Scientists, co-hosts Scott Schwertly and Gabby Reed breakdown the 3 parts of audience response:
1. The Old Brain
2. The Midbrain
3. The New Brain
Listen to the full podcast episode below!
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