INCLUDES THE MATERIAL IN LITE VERSION PLUS:
Learn the most important one-on-one skill that dominates your daily life.
How do you keep people engaged during a dialogue?
What you say matters to the extent your audience is paying attention to you. In an age of unlimited distractions, you need to be a master at keeping the interest of your listener.
This course is about the art and science of building engaging conversations with people. It teaches both the theory and practice on how to draw attention, grab interest and hook your listeners to you while you are speaking.
This course is for anyone who can benefit from having more inspirational, stimulating, engaging, in-depth, focused and impactful conversations with their colleagues, friends, business prospects, relationships and new acquaintances.
Based on insights from human psychology, organizational behavior, motivation science, reward systems, sociological thinking as well as from the corporate work environment, recruitment and job interviews, this course offers a dense, well-researched and carefully structured curriculum that crams years of experience and observations into an easily consumable knowledge pack.
Introducing the course and the importance of getting people to listen to you.
Describing the course structure and goals.
Walking through the course curriculum and mentioning some key ideas regarding what's to come.
What I do and why I do it.
I aim to give back what I have learned.
How to structure the beginning of your dialogues, and the evolutionary and instinctual importance of stories and storytelling skills.
Why are we curious? How our sense of curiosity can be used for better engagement in dialogues.
Discovering the art of creating mental imagery to emphasize the message and be an artful communicator.
We are visual creatures by nature. Any conversation that serves more than the auditory sense, engages listeners more.
Learn what people think during conversations and how to spot when they are becoming disinterested.
Learn what you have to do to engage people better during dialogues.
Understand how establishing a sense of trust is the first step to getting people's honest attention.
People respect knowledge. But they respect wisdom more. Discover why you should be an expert at your topic and how to use it in your conversations.
People value confidence. It signifies accountability and trust. Being likable on the other hand is a very powerful weapon in getting people to listen to you. Discover how you can engage people by using both.
Communication is multi-layered. Discover the layers you have not consciously used before.
What the body does, how it has a mind on his own and how we can harness the power for building better and more engaging dialogues.
It's all in the face. Discover how the face tells a story. Learn to spot when people become involved and when they step back. Understand what peaks their interest and how they show this in their faces.
Learn to read the clues that signal the emotional state of your listener. Discover how you can take advantage of this during your conversations for better engagement.
Voice is the vessel of emotion transfer. Learn how to use your voice right and you will be on your way to becoming a much better communicator.
Ozan Dagdeviren believes in a future in which technology depends on “human
sciences” more and more. The main focus of his works are human
behaviour, critical thinking, art of happiness and social redesign.
During his academic and professional career, he has taken every possible chance to get better at “behaviour analysis”; seeing the person as a complex system and trying to understand it at all levels.
He’s the author of the book Creative Hiring and The Other Way available through Amazon. He is also published in print with his book Happiness Through Critical Thinking (2015). He writes (both short form blog posts and long form books), acts as a Career Consultant and a Consultant for HR and Leadership to large companies. In his remaining time, he is acting as the Co-Founder of two dynamic and new startups in the areas of education and recruitment.
He also acts as a keynote speaker mainly on topics relating to how technology disrupts the business life and new career plans.
He has gained his academic education in the areas of Sociology, Psychology and Communication Studies, completing his thesis on changing technologies and societal implications.
He has worked in a variety of professional settings including the Behavioural Sciences Institute, Market Research, Executive Search and Professional Recruitment among other Human Resources roles.