How much of our lives and time do we spend in lectures, meetings, and other formal settings for communicating knowledge? How often is that knowledge conveyed in a way that engages the audience AND conveys meaningful and relevant information that the audience will remember? This course will teach you a simple framework to help you structure and organize your content to impact your listeners in a way that they will listen, remember, and most importantly, come away inspired and more curious then when you started.
We'll cover the 6 sections of the POETIC Framework with 29 subsections. This is a dynamic framework that can expand or contract depending on the context of your discussion. This framework was built based on best practices from some of the top salesman, saleswomen, consultants, and professors in the world, as well as from research in the communications field.
Who is this course for? Teachers, Sales people, Corporate Trainers, Business Consultants, and anyone looking to improve their communication skills.
Introduction to the POETIC Framework. After this intro you'll know what we plan to cover for the remainder of this course.
First quiz on the POETIC Framework.
After this lecture, you'll know how to provide the "Why" for your discussion.
Learn how to deliver your key messages and what questions to ask yourself as you craft them.
Name the components of the Outline.
Components of 'Interesting'
Components of Engage
Name the components of Trust
Components of Challenge
Components of Preparation
Mohibul graduated with a Master's of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and an MBA, from Georgia Tech and UCLA respectively.
He has worked in the Aerospace industry, as a technology consultant on space-based satellite systems as well as in the private sector helping customers with their technology strategy and providing educational briefings.
As a secondary role, he has also been a lead trainer for his organization and worked with learning and development specialists to create informational content internally to colleagues and peers.