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WEBINAR: Why We All Hate Zoom and How Neuroscience Can Help


7/1/2020, 01:00PM - 02:00PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Standard Time (America/Los_Angeles)
Webinar

In a COVID-19 world, when you can no longer meet face to face, many of us turn to Zoom to present, influence or sell using technology solutions.

  • Do you worry that you have less impact on Zoom?
  • Do you worry that your audience will miss your important talking points?
  • Do you worry about what to do to be more effective?


Learn how Neuroscience tells us to:

  • Increase your Virtual Persuasion impact
  • Grab and hold your prospects' attention
  • Convince with confidence


In this unique, never released webinar you will learn how to improve your Virtual Selling skills. Based on NeuroMap® and the award-winning book The Persuasion Code, the webinar will discuss how you can improve virtual selling by using the science of how people use their brain to make decisions. 

This webinar will present:

  • Why the Primal Brain of your audience drives their on-line behavior
  • Why Homo Sapiens doesn't like Zoom... it's all about the science of the brain!
  • Differences between face to face and remote presentations
  • WHAT and HOW to communicate using video conferencing

PRESENTER:

Christophe Morin, PhD CEO and founder of SalesBrain, Persuasion Scientist. Award-winning speaker, researcher, and author.

With over 30 years of experience in consumer research and strategy, Christophe's passion is to understand and predict consumer behavior using cutting-edge science. Christophe has run and started many businesses as well as held senior positions in several publicly traded companies.
Christophe holds an MBA from Bowling Green State University, an MA in Media Psychology and a Ph.D. in Media Psychology from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California. He joined the Adjunct Faculty of the Media Psychology department of Fielding in 2013 as a professor of Media Neuroscience. Christophe has received numerous awards during his career as a speaker (Vistage 2011 and 2013) and a consumer researcher (ARF 2011, 2014 and 2015). He has given over 1200 talks and lectures on the subject of neuromarketing and consumer neuroscience since 2003.

07/01/2020

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