The best kept media presentation secret

By Gerald Pauschmann | Uncategorized

Jun 13

We are all familiar with the phrase “monkey see, monkey do” – but have we actually thought about what it means? Well the best kept secret in media presentations research has a real basis in human behaviour. Mirror neurons are believed to play a critical role in how and why we understand other people’s actions. One of the most powerful roles suggested for the mirror neuron system in humans is that of understanding not just other people’s physical actions or speech, but their minds and their intentions. So if I want the audience to smile at me when I give a presentation…I should probably smile at them.


About the Author

As The Presentation Coach, Gerald has over 20 remarkable years as a professional speaker, engaging audiences with humour, controversy and plenty of ideas. Gerald has spoken to a wide variety of groups, including business, medical, academic, association, professional and corporate audiences. He’s an engaging, thought provoking speaker and storyteller. Gerald is energetic and professional. He knows how to motivate the the crowd, Quality isn’t’s priceless!