How To Grade Employees On Listening

Julian Treasure is a top-rated international speaker on sound and communication skills.

Collectively, Julian’s five TED Talks have been viewed over 100 million times. How to speak so that people want to listen is in the top 10 TED talks of all time. Julian delivers engaging, entertaining, and transformational content, and is equally potent and effective with live or virtual delivery.

His talks enhance business effectiveness, particularly for those in sales or leadership roles, as well as enriching relationships at work and at home.

His presenting skills and innovative use of sound make his talks visceral and potent experiences that are always highly rated by delegates. In addition to keynote speeches, Julian can also arrange structured training or workshops for your company.

You can purchase Nick's NEW book: Reasons NOT to Focus on CX, here:

Most of this book will be blank with lined paper because there are no legitimate reasons NOT to focus on the employee.

Each chapter will start with a quote and a list of questions you can use as conversation starters.

And I’d love to hear from you about the conversations and reactions this book ignites.
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