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Think Deeply, Speak Simply
31 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
Secrets of the World's Best Public Speakers
Public speaking is one of the biggest fears in society. But for those who continue to practice the mastery of speaking, they find it to be a fun and lucrative discipline, where they can make a great societal impact. In this episode, professional speaker Linda-Marie Miller and biotech leader Scott Sugerman break down the keys to becoming one of the best public speakers. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
28 minutes | May 30, 2021
How Listening Drives Change
In this episode, we explore the power of listening, and discuss how listening can be a valuable communication tool, particularly when it comes to navigating change. Jay sits with author and experienced consultant Jake Jacobs, and Sanjeev Kapur, Vice-President of Marketing Operations at Linkedin. Both guests share their methodologies for using listening to effectively drive change. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
32 minutes | May 16, 2021
Storytelling with Data
Effectively leveraging data to tell a story oftentimes makes the difference between a transformational presentation and a boring one. In this episode, Jay sits with Bob Dvorak, a former senior partner at McKinsey & Company, and Shiv Misra, head of analytics for member retention at CVS. Both guests share the dos and don'ts of navigating data-heavy presentations. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
26 minutes | May 2, 2021
How Does Nature Communicate?
In this episode we explore how the principles of nature can be found in clear communication. Leading our conversation is Maggie Macnab, award-winning designer, author, and TEDx Speaker. Maggie is followed by Tammy Mulrooney, a Senior Director at Genentech, to share how these principles relate to business communication. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
30 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Communicating Under Pressure
Communicating under pressure can be one of the biggest challenges faced by business leaders. In this episode, we are joined by Sue Guiher, a member of the Wharton Faculty, where she teaches courses on crisis communication. She’s followed by Lubab Sheet-Davis, Vice-President of Strategy and Innovation at Lam Research Corporation. Listen in and learn how to view crisis as an opportunity to leverage communication to lead the field and advance your career. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
29 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
How to Read the Room
The more adept we become at understanding our listeners, the better we can tailor our presentations to their needs. In today’s episode, Jay is joined by the famous professional poker player Alec Torelli who walks us through how he reads a room and what “tells” make him pivot and audit his strategy. Alec will be followed by Srihari Narasimhan, Senior Director of Global Commercial at Gilead Sciences. Srihari expands on Alec’s strategies and talks about how his professional journey has taught him how to study his audience in order to inform his messaging. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
27 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
When communicating about transformation, where do you place your focus? In today’s episode, Jay is joined by Stella Low, Chief Communications Officer at Cisco, who describes how to segment the audience when crafting our presentations. She’s followed by Vikram Venugopal, Global Commercial Leader at AbbVie, who shares his audience-centric strategy when preparing big communications. Listen to how these leaders navigate change by transforming fear into trust by authentically connecting with their audiences. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
37 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
The Power of Questions
Right questions come before the right answers. But how do you know if you are asking the right questions? Today, Jay sits with Joseph M. Bradley, author of the book Questioneering and Jennifer Lowry, a Senior Director of Microsoft. The business world seems to have a bias towards answers, but Joseph and Jennifer reveal how questions can be a superpower as we craft our communications. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
29 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Communication Lessons From COVID
Your cat walks in front of your monitor. Your dog keeps barking in the background. Your kid enters the room. "Bob, you're on mute." "Can You Hear Me?" During the pandemic, Zoom became our life line. Today, Jay is joined by Wharton Professor Peter Cappelli and Abhi Agrawal from GlaxoSmithKline. Our guests share best practices and personal advice from the frontlines on how to present like a pro when you’re meeting virtually. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
40 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Why Is Simple Hard?
We all know that less is more, but how do we reduce communication down to its essence? In our inaugural episode, Jay sits with Guy Kawasaki, the Chief Evangelist of Canva, and Mohit Rawat, a Vice President at Novartis. Both guests share their secret formulas on how to make presentations with impact, and connect with the minds and hearts of your audience. Brought to you by PREZENTIUM and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
2 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Welcome to Think Deeply, Speak Simply--a show about the art and science of communicating ideas, and how everyday leaders unlock their careers with great communication. In every show, the first guest is an industry expert, for example, an executive, author, psychologist, actor, poker player, etc. who explores the theme and shares actionable advice. The second guest is a business leader who shares some tips for listeners based on their experiences in the corporate world. We’re confident the conversations will keep you inspired, informed and communicating with impact!
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