When presenting, how can you make your audience feel?
In this episode of Talking Talks Bri speaks with stand-up comedian and behavioural scientist George Elerick.
We talk about how human universals can connect us with an audience, why it's good to start with the end in mind, George being an empathetic extrovert and huge fan of provocation, word choice and how to use behavioural science in presentations.
We struggled with a wobbly internet connection between LA and Melbourne for this one, so hang in there because George has lots of great insights to share.
- George's TEDx talk "Living for the future keeps you in the past": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDHJehJxLM8
- George's TEDx talk "Society has failed its children. Here's why": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JZmK73p1hs
- Music by https://www.epidemicsound.com/artists...
George Elerick is a behavioral scientist, social psychology, ethics lecturer, and comedian. He is working on a book that explores human behaviour, cultural theory, and anthropology -- it's called: Apes in a Void. Out in 2022. He lives in Los Angeles with his 2 children and wife. Connect with George on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgeelerick/
About Talking Talks:
Talking Talks is a behind-the-scenes look at how world class speakers craft and deliver their presentations. A video series created and hosted by behavioural specialist Bri Williams, you'll hear from real-life public speakers about their approach to presenting.