Can You Hear Me?

How to Connect with People in a Virtual World

We’re immersed in the digital world; in fact, we couldn’t live without our mobile phones, computers, and social apps that allow us to work and play in ways unimaginable even two decades ago. But the blurring of the virtual and the real has a hidden cost that we pay everyday. The technology strips ordinary human emotional understanding out of our communications, and we are the poorer for it – not to mention the misunderstandings, miscommunications, and mistakes that arise from emails that convey the wrong tone, texts that misuse humor, and audio conferences that put everyone to sleep. In Can You Hear Me?, Nick reveals what is missing and shows how to put some of the human connection back into our emotionally impoverished virtual world.

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Can You Hear Me by Nick Morgan

Power Cues

The Subtle Science of Leading Groups, Persuading Others, and Maximizing Your Personal Impact

In POWER CUES Nick Morgan examines new brain and behavioral science about how humans communicate, and the importance of authentic face-to-face interactions.  What are the visual cues, subtle gestures, sounds and signals that elicit emotion? What are implications for leaders who are not in tune with them? By tapping into these new findings, leaders will understand how to become more persuasive and how to communicate more effectively.

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Power Cues by Nick Morgan

Trust Me

Nick shows how anyone can be an effective speaker by presenting an image of authenticity and respect for the audience.

Nick presents a four-step process, perfected in his teaching at Harvard, that enables readers to retain their own personal speaking style while becoming more persuasive and charismatic communicators and leaders. The key to success is to train your unconscious body language to align with your message.

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Give Your Speech, Change The World

This book takes public speaking to a new level with an audience-centered approach that combines aspects of ancient Greek rhetorical practice with proven modern-day communication techniques.

Give Your Speech, Change the World offers a more sophisticated treatment of public speaking than previous books on the subject. Most books in this genre are gimmicky, ‘tips and tricks’ books. Nick discusses both the history of public speaking and modern practical techniques for improving your own presentations. This book teaches managers at all levels how to successfully use audience-centered speaking to engage the people in front of you, persuade them of your message, and change the world.

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