3) Go to the end of the talk; how does the speaker end his/her speech?
4) Which methods are the most engaging?
5) Which talk do you most want to continue watching?
Simran Sethi: How do we engage?
1) She asks the audience to take part in an activity, smiles and uses a contrast.
2) “I would like you all to close your eyes”
3) “I would like to end with one last image…”. She shows a picture of a mural with a poem extract and asks the audience to read together.
4) Smiles, engaging audience with activities and gets their attention. Contrasts.
Noreena Hertz: How to use Experts
1) She starts with a story/creates a scenario. She smiles, but then gets serious.
2) “It’s Monday morning”
3) She concludes with “now is the time…” and gives advice.
4) Open stance, despite natural crouch. Good use of tone of voice to begin with.
5) I want to continue watching this talk.
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action
1) He starts with a question, but does not smile and talks fast.
2) “How do you explain when things don’t go as we assume?”
3) He brings the main idea of different leadership styles in conclusion.
4) Repetition, “year after year, after year…”. Tripling.
Five Phrases that can change your life: Adam Braun
1) He starts with a question, smiles, introduces himself and his company. His tone of voice is not