Here are some things that caught my attention this past week.
1. Nick Morgan's riff "Who's the most powerful person in the room?" points to a fascinating study. Nick writes, "Gregory and Webster found that in conversations and meetings, people rapidly match each other’s low-frequency sounds. In short, to have a productive conversation or meeting, we need to literally be on the same wavelength!" Hmmm...definitely thought-provoking!
2. Check out Lance Armstrong's "It's About You." Wow! This site is a storytelling powerhouse; includes short personal videos and soooo much more. Lance's site is another great framework for organizations to consider modeling their communication strategy after (video or no video).
4. Ever wonder what a "Producer" really does? Julie Matlin over at the National Film Board of Canada clears things up a bit with her latest post; "A working definition of the “producer” title."
5. The brain rules. I just stumbled on this older post by presentation guru, Garr Reynolds. "Brain rules for PowerPoint & Keynote presenters" makes some great points- even for those involved with corporate videos.