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55 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nick Morgan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nick Morgan, often where they are interviewed.

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55 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nick Morgan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nick Morgan, often where they are interviewed.

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#9. Nick Morgan: A True Champion of The Events Industry

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On this week’s episode, I’m talking to a proper events man, a champion of our industry, Nick Morgan.

Nick had a similar start in events as I did: organising student events, getting into the nightclub scene and throwing parties right across the UK.

Now, with over 23 years of experience, he is CEO of one of the largest independent festival production companies in the UK: delivering festivals and events to over 1 million people per year.

Nick’s passion for the events industry is really refreshing, and I hope you get as much out of this chat as I did.

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Nov 18 2020 · 53mins
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Nick Morgan, "Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World" (HBRP, 2018)

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How is communicating virtually Is like eating Pringles forever? Find out as I talk to Nick Morgan about his new book Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World (Harvard Business Review Press, 2018).

Morgan is one of America’s top communication theorists and coaches. He’s written for Fortune 50 CEOs as well as for political and educational leaders, and coached people for events ranging from TED talks to giving testimony to Congress.

Topics covered in this episode include:

  • What’s the likeliest way to lose the trust of others during a conference call, and how can you best hope to restore it?
  • Why are most online webinars a disaster and what kind of format improves them best?
  • If powerpoint presentations are no longer the way to go in selling to prospects in online calls, what’s the alternative?


Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of eight books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. To check out his “Faces of the Week” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com.

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Aug 27 2020 · 44mins

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Nick Morgan, "Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World" (HBRP, 2018)

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How is communicating virtually Is like eating Pringles forever? Find out as I talk to Nick Morgan about his new book Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World (Harvard Business Review Press, 2018).

Morgan is one of America’s top communication theorists and coaches. He’s written for Fortune 50 CEOs as well as for political and educational leaders, and coached people for events ranging from TED talks to giving testimony to Congress.

Topics covered in this episode include:

  • What’s the likeliest way to lose the trust of others during a conference call, and how can you best hope to restore it?
  • Why are most online webinars a disaster and what kind of format improves them best?
  • If powerpoint presentations are no longer the way to go in selling to prospects in online calls, what’s the alternative?


Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of eight books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. To check out his “Faces of the Week” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com.

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Aug 27 2020 · 44mins
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How to Win at Zoom with Nick Morgan

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Dr. Nick Morgan is one of America’s top communication speakers, theorists, and coaches. He has been commissioned by Fortune 50 companies to write for CEOs and presidents alike. Nick’s latest book, Can You Hear Me?, is a guide to communicating effectively in a virtual world, via email, Zoom, webinars, and any other medium that makes emotions and meaning harder to convey.

In this episode, Nick shares the biggest mistakes he is seeing companies make during their virtual communications, as well as how to portray your friendliness through the written word—without facial expressions. Listen in to learn how to keep energy up and employees/colleagues engaged, how to make a video call visually pleasing, and more.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2F0HB4r 

Aug 13 2020 · 31mins
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Episode 17 – Nick Morgan, PhD and the Neuroscience behind Successful Virtual Communications for Medical Device Professionals

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In past episodes we missed something important about virtual communications.  Today, Nick Morgan, PhD, Founder and CEO of Public Words, helps us fill the gap by understanding the neuroscience behind virtual communications.  Nick is one of America’s top communication experts. He has helped celebrities, business leaders and organizations with their communication challenges.   His insights will help you better communicate virtually and therefore be more successful in today’s environment.  
The Medical Device Success Community beta is making progress. However, I would like a couple more marketing professionals in the beta. Let me know if you are interested and I will send more information.
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Nick Morgan, PhD LinkedIn link   
Public Words website link  
Link to Nick’s books Click Here, this link includes his 2018 bestseller Can You Hear Me? How to Connect in a Virtual World   
Ted Newill LinkedIn link   
Medical Device Success website link   
Ted’s contact page at Medical Device Success link
Jul 19 2020 · 37mins
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Communications and connecting in a virtual world with Dr. Nick Morgan, CEO and Founder of Public Words

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Communicating well is a core competency for anyone leading others. You may be called upon to set direction, provide feedback, clarify a situation, or any of a hundred other challenges. Your ability to understand the communications need and fulfill it effectively may spell the difference between your success and failure.
Jun 11 2020 · 29mins
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What is the Next Wave of Video Marketing? w/ Nick Morgan

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In this episode Growth Colony Host, Shahin Hoda chats to Nick Morgan, Co-Founder & Joint CEO of Vudoo, which specialises in pioneering interactive video.

Shahin & Nick dive deep into the current state of video, and how the 2nd wave of digital video is emerging. They discuss how the fundamental ways organisations create video and how consumers interact with said video are changing.

Nick is an entrepreneur, an experienced strategist, and a product guy, Nick believes in the power of technology to elevate business success and enhance people’s lives. With an extensive track record delivering enterprise solutions across the public and private sectors, Nick has channelled this experience into developing market-first tools to transform digital engagement.

Jun 10 2020 · 25mins
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281 Can You Hear Me? by Nick Morgan

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"Can You Hear Me?: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World" by Nick Morgan

Communicating virtually is cool, useful, and now even more ubiquitous and necessary than ever. But we're often reminded that the quality of human connection we experience in many forms of virtual communication is awful. We've all felt disconnected in a video conference, frustrated that we're not getting through on the phone, upset when our email is badly misinterpreted, or anxious that we're being misunderstood.

How can we fix this? In this powerful, practical book, communication expert Nick Morgan outlines five big problems with communication in the virtual world—lack of feedback, lack of empathy, lack of control, lack of emotion, and lack of connection and commitment—and shows how to overcome them as we shift to working remotely more and more.

Morgan argues that while virtual communication will never be as rich or intuitive as a face-to-face meeting, recent research suggests that we need to learn is to consciously deliver a whole set of cues, both verbal and nonverbal, that we used to deliver unconsciously in the pre-virtual era. He guides us through this important process, providing rules for virtual feedback, an empathy assessment and virtual temperature check, tips for creating trust in a virtual context, and advice for specific digital channels such as email and text, the conference call, Skype, and more.

Whether you're an entrepreneur, an independent professional, or a manager in an organization that has more than one office or customers who aren't nearby, Can You Hear Me? is your essential communications manual for twenty-first-century work.

Click here for show notes...

https://www.salesartillery.com/marketing-book-podcast/can-you-hear-me-nick-morgan

May 29 2020 · 56mins
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How to Connect to People in a Virtual World with Nick Morgan

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The more we get connected by technology, the more disconnected we seem to get. The more virtual communication becomes, the more arms-length communication becomes. So how do you achieve connection in a world that is becoming increasingly more disconnected? Nick Morgan, author of Can You Hear Me: How to Connect to People in a Virtual World, answers this question in an interview with John Golden.

Jan 15 2020 · 20mins
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Dr. Nick Morgan, Author, Speaker, Thought Leader, Master Communicator

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‘‘What humans care about is intent. What the other person means to us, and how we can communicate our intent towards them. And in the process, we unconsciously apply the use of body language to achieve this’’ – Nick Morgan

Joining us on the show today is one of America’s top communication speaker, theorist, and coach. Nick Morgan is an ardent and dedicated teacher who is committed to helping individuals find and master precision and focus on their thoughts and ideas and executing them with a dash of charisma and confidence. His numerous accolades, successful speaking and communication-related careers, worldwide affirmation, and historic contributions have seen Nick leave his footprints in the sands of public speaking, storytelling, and communication industries. His reputation precedes him, and he is undoubtedly one of the most gifted and skilled communication theorists worldwide. Nick has authored books for Harvard Business Press, some of which include; - On running a meeting (2002) - Working the Room: How to Move People to Action Through Audience-Centred Speaking (2003) - Give Your Speech, Change the World: How To Move Your Audience to Action (2005) - Power Cues: The Subtle Science of Leading Groups, Persuading Others, and Maximizing Your Personal Impact on (2014) Some of his other notable masterpieces include; - Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma (2008) - Steps to a Great Speech (2010) - How to Read Body Language (2011) - The King’s Speech (2014) - How to Tell Great Business Stories (2011) - How to Give a Great Presentation (2012) - Can You Hear Me? : How to Connect with People in a Virtual World (2018) When he was only 17 years, Nick was seriously injured from a toboggan injury. This life-changing accident would leave Nick in a coma where he died for 15 minutes. After being shocked back to life, the doctors and nurses ran tests to see if his brain was still functioning. He tested fine but had lost his ability to read body language. After so much struggle, Nick had to retrain himself step by step, by studying other people’s body language. His interest and expertise in the communications field grew every day, leading to his entry into a related career where he taught Shakespeare at the University of Virginia and Princeton University and wrote political speeches for the Governor of Virginia Charles Robb. Nick would go on to found his own communications consulting company in 1997.

Timestamps [4:04] Nick describes the origin of his passion and life commitment towards his career in communication [8:30] Nick’s afterlife experience [10:38] Learn more about intimate, personal, social and public space. And how you can use it to your advantage [16:20] Nick’s different experiences as a teacher and speechwriter for the governor [21:15] Nick’s experience, advice and tips on storytelling [28:35] The virtual world and its effects on communication [30:00] A quick dive into Nick’s book world [31:20] Public speaking through Nick’s view [33:43] Ted talks [36:17] Nick’s favorite place for public speaking [38:13] Thought leadership [40:25] The challenge of focusing on one activity at a time. [43:24] Nick’s writing schedule

Resources You can reach Nick through: Website www.publicwords.com Facebook @publicwords Twitter @publicwords Linkedin Public Words

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Jan 10 2020 · 52mins
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