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  • Imagine being the best online presenter in the Zoom...The Captovation Podcast explores our digital presence - from building stellar online presentation skills to designing the perfect deck to figuring out the tech glitches that prevent the seamless flow we all seek. Online presentations are here to stay; let's master them. Our ultimate goal is to build confidence - your confidence.
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  • Jan 30 2022

    Mark Bowden is a world-renowned body language expert, keynote speaker, and bestselling author. Voted Global Gurus’ #1 Body Language Professional in the world, Mark’s unique GesturePlane™  system of nonverbal communication helps audiences maximize the power of using their own body language to stand out, win trust, and gain credibility every time they communicate. 

    Founder of communication training company TRUTHPLANE®, Mark’s live and virtual keynote speeches and training prove invaluable to business leaders and teams from influential companies across the world including Zoom, Shopify, Toyota, KPMG, American Express, the US Army and NATO; and prime ministers of G7 nations. Mark has years of experience training business and political leaders across the globe on how to use their body language both live and over digital media most effectively for superior communication.  

    His bestselling books on body language and human behavior, translated into multiple languages, are: Winning Body Language; Winning Body Language for Sales Professionals; Tame the Primitive Brain; and Truth & Lies, What People are Really Thinking. Mark is a regular instructor for Canada’s #1-ranked EMBA program at Kellogg-Schulich School of Business, and he is President of the National Communication Coach Association of Canada

    Mark’s highly acclaimed TEDx talk “The Importance of Being In-Authentic” continues to reach millions of people, as does his own YouTube Channel and the weekly YouTube sensation “The Behavior Panel” as featured on The Dr. Phil Show. He is a go-to media commentator on the body language of politicians, celebrities and public figures, appearing regularly on CNN, CBS, and Global News, and he is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and GQ Magazine.

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    51 mins
  • Dec 4 2021

    You may know Dan Keldsen from his previous work through interviews, articles, and books, like BizTechTalk (audio only podcast from 2006 to 2008), IAM Talking (audio only podcast from 2008 to 2012), and The Gen Z Effect – best-selling book published in 2014, with co-author Tom Koulopoulos.

    Dan Keldsen is currently the co-founder of two companies, PlexiCam.com - a remarkably simple, nearly invisible “UnTripod” built to help people get the eye-to-eye human contact we’re all missing from the pandemic lockdown without the high cost, complexity and desk space of tripods, and traditional video gear. And Veventaas.com - which stands for virtual events as a service, which delivers high-end virtual events without the wallet-breaking cost of a Vegas or New York production crew.

    Recently Dan launched a new podcast, Next Future Today which can be found on your favorite podcast platform, as well as the website NextFutureToday.com.

    Connecting with Dan

    A Quote I LOVE From This Episode 

    • "Stay curious, people."

    About Your Host, Scott J. Allen, Ph.D.

    Scott is the Standard Products—Dr. James S. Reid Chair in Management at John Carroll University. He is an associate professor and teaches courses in leadership, management skills, and executive communication. He is also a communications coach, consultant, author, podcast host, and entrepreneur. For almost two decades, he’s worked with clients to improve their leadership and communication skills.

    About Captovation

    Intro/Outro music by Stephen Burks of GoodCity Concepts 

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    39 mins
  • Nov 6 2021

    Robbie Crabtree spent the first eight years of his career as a trial lawyer. He tried 102 jury trials (robberies, murders, and child abuse cases). This experience helped him take what he learned to coach the national mock trial team at SMU Law School. 

    But he wanted to share what he was learning with others.

    So he founded Performative Speaking as a way to share what he had learned as a trial lawyer for founders and entrepreneurs in the startup and technology world. Over the past 18 months, he’s worked with hundreds of founders, helped clients raise tens of millions of dollars, and run his course for more than 135 people.

    He believes that you have a story inside of you. It’s one worth sharing and it’s one that can change the world.

    Connecting with Robbie

    A Quote I LOVE From This Episode 

    • "There are so many essential quotes you could pull out like Ben Horowitz's 'The story is the strategy.' And Steve Jobs says 'The storyteller is the most important person in the world.' We're getting to this moment where people are realizing the importance of story. But now, they need people who can be that guide...who actually understands what to teach them."

    About Your Host Scott J. Allen, Ph.D.

    Scott is the Standard Products—Dr. James S. Reid Chair in Management at John Carroll University. He is an associate professor and teaches courses in leadership, management skills, and executive communication. He is also a communications coach, consultant, author, podcast host, and entrepreneur. For almost two decades, he’s worked with clients to improve their leadership and communication skills.

    About Captovation

    Intro/Outro music by Stephen Burks of GoodCity Concepts 

     

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    39 mins

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