Improving Impact and Influence: What Your Brain Has to Say About That!
About the Event:
Would you like to know what goes on inside of your brain (as well as your audience’s) when you are presenting? Would you like to see how your brain lights up when it hears a familiar story (e.g., like the ‘Star-Fish’ Story)? Would you like to learn some brain-friendly techniques that you can immediately use in your presentations?
This powerful three-pound mass (and sometimes mess) of grey and white matter, which we call the brain, disproportionately exerts an incredible influence on yourself and others. Knowing how to use it effectively and efficiently can greatly increase your impact on others. Knowing what might be going on inside the brain of your audience allows you to truly personalize your content.
Come join us as we look inside (as well as outside) the brain. This session will literally peel back what goes on in your audience’s brain.
About the Speaker:
Dr. John B. Molidor comes to us from Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine, where he is a Professor of Psychiatry and a Regional Campus Dean for his medical school.
John grew up in a family of 10 children, where he says he learned first-hand about “brains” from sitting around the dining room table!
Born in Iowa, raised in Illinois, schooled in Minnesota, and educated in Michigan, he often gets confused about whom to cheer for on Big Ten football weekends.
When he’s not trying to figure out the universe, he can also be found at the National Speakers Association, where he is the National President for 2016-2017.
Prior to these positions, he has also served as his medical school’s Dean of Admissions, Student Affairs, and Educational Programs. He is also the CEO/President of a non-profit educational corporation, bringing together three teaching hospitals and a Big Ten University.
As the author of Crazy Good Interviewing! How Acting A Little Crazy Can Get You The Job, he is most interested in helping people optimize their potential. He has a long-standing interest in how people perceive their world and how they communicate that perception to others.
Dr. John B. Molidor, PhD President & CEO, Community Assistant Dean
About the Venue:
Our monthly Chapter Meetings and all MeetUps take place at Microsoft’s New York office building. Tickets must be purchased by 11:55 pm two days prior to the event. No WALK INS are possible. Please bring I.D. and check in at the Microsoft Concierge. Subways to 11 Times Square (between 41st and 42nd Streets on 8th Avenue, next to Port Authority Bus Terminal) are 1, 2, 3, 7, A, E, N, and Q trains at all times, or C and R trains at all times except late nights.
No walk ins are possible. You must buy your ticket 48 hours prior to the event.
If you are a member of the NSA NYC chapter, please log in with your username and password. Buy a general ticket and your membership discount will automatically be applied on the check out page.
We love hosting new attendees at our chapter events. First-time guests are eligible for a $20 discount on a chapter event ticket by applying the coupon code “nsanyc_vip” at checkout. We are looking forward to meeting you!
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
Requests for refunds must be made a least one week before registration for the event closes by using the contact form. After that time, you may send a replacement if you notify us and send first name, last name and e-mail address of the person who will join us 48 hours prior to the event via the contact form. Discounted All-Access-Pass chapter event tickets can not be refunded. All-Access-Pass holders can not send a replacement, instead they will receive audio recordings of each chapter event.