Improving public speaking with remote neuroscience.
Delivering a high-level and impactful presentation in front of an audience requires specific skills and appropriate training.
Our clients are C-level managers working internationally in the financial sector: for them, effective public-speaking is key to strengthen their position, and to promote and grow their business.
How did we use neuroscience to improve their public-speaking?
Innovative neuroscientific tools were employed to assess the implicit reactions of the audience during their presentations.
Remote neuroscience uses the webcam to capture the real-time and implicit reactions of the audience by analysing their eye-movements, their heart-rate, and their facial expressions during a presentation.
In this project, we recorded the audience
to unveil objective insights into their level of attention and emotional engagement during the presentations of the managers.
Our analysis revealed the real strengths and weaknesses of the presentations and provided punctual, concrete, and actionable insights for pushing the communication skills of the managers to the next level.
This approach allowed us to measure if the audience was engaged during the talk, how much they were paying attention to the speech, and also whether they were experiencing positive (e.g. interest, joy) or negative (e.g., frustration, boredom) emotions.
The analysis not only measured objectively the strengths and weaknesses of the managers' public speaking skills, but it also enabled us to provide punctual, concrete, and actionable insights for pushing the communication skills of the managers to the next level.