How to become known as a person others can trust
Will your audience pass your message along?
If marketing was a bakery
How to become a great boss
How Steve Jobs’ reality distortion field worked
The real importance of the first impression
Getting more applause
The shift in smart leadership
What’s wrong with how social media measures relevance?
How much preparation you need …
2 kinds of businesses
Changing the world, one life at a time
The house is on fire
A great way to get attention
Do you start at the beginning?
The problem with politeness
Are you strong enough for PowerPoint?
The Bay effect of marketing speak
A magic confidence potion
Thank god, it’s Monday
The Curse of Knowledge
The key to your audience‘s attention
Sales deck? No, thanks!
The show is part of the substance
Dealing with bullshit
Great communication fixes your product
The fear of finishing
What if the others are right?
Sales presentations that work
How to serve your audience well
The Leaders Light the Path Manifesto
What was the question again?
Tell me only one thing
Hard work and despair
Thoughts on authenticity
Thanks for confirming my opinion
Know it all, know it quick!
Hard choices (and why you should seek them out)
Changing the rules of pitching
It’s the hero we look at …
Presenting against Netflix
Fixed worldviews (and how to deal with them)
What kind of yes are you seeking?
Two kinds of remarkable
What to do when people don’t get your message
Why people feel uncomfortable with their story
So you want to shine
Two kinds of suspense
Play fast, but practice slowly
Enough is not enough
The gift of speaking (X-mas episode)
In the middle of the night
What are presentations for?
Why you shouldn’t use busy slides
Great communicators make you feel smarter
Using more natural language
Complexity sells better
The role of special effects
What do you hear when you listen?
Hoping that something sticks
Living a life worth telling
What to do when you can’t nail your message
Brilliant time wasters
The decision to focus
Let’s assume your marketing works …
Good and bad is still alive in marketing
Cute and clever is a trap
How to not crush your team
A respectful approach to marketing
Clarity is the leader’s job
Speaking with confidence
Super prepared but headed for failure
How to become more quick-witted
Keeping your audience hooked?
A better approach to “about us” pages
I’m hooked. Now what?
A different perspective on price
Does complexity sell better?
Showing up as a human
A third kind of marketing
Speakers of Destruction
The best presentation award
It’s still story first
Blind to your own brilliance
Conquer the fear of public speaking
The biggest stage you’ve ever been on
Keeping the best for last
The evolution of leadership
The forbidden Star Wars opening
When Howard Schultz ran a meeting
The broken promise of attention
Getting your audience to pay attention
A gift for your audience
It’s pronounced creativity but it’s spelled differently
What’s important to know about your product?
The joy of figuring things out
How to do your best on stage
The real purpose of preparation
The only feedback that matters
Eliminating boring presentations
What’s behind the facts?
Interview: The principles of organisational excellence (Kathy Letendre)
Leaders who struggle in front of a crowd
The most overlooked reason why pitches succeed
Why so many mission statements fail
The right way to tell your story
A Hitchhiker’s perspective on questions and answers
Interview: Unleashing the potential of leaders and their teams (Annette Liebau/Allianz)
How to get seen and heard
Audiences don’t care for quick answers
How to get people moving
It’s a pure joy to be around these people
Meetings that make sense
The limitless joy of tricking people into a deal
10 different versions of the same story
What’s the best part of your speech?
A simple way to be more authentic on stage
How to get an audience to like you
Making sense of a strange reality
Competing with Netflix
The opposite of sneaky sales tactics
Staying on top of the noise
What great speakers do differently