TED Talk: How to Speak Like a Visionary

Hidden Communication Traits that Distinguish Visionary Leaders from Everyday Communicators

Many of our most admired leaders are considered "visionaries," and they are showing us it's possible to achieve ambitious dreams. Some of them are literally taking us to space.
So how do they do it?

About your hosts:

Noah Zandan
CEO & CO-FOUNDER at QUANTIFIED

Noah is the CEO and Co-founder of Quantified, and a pioneer in applying behavioral science to elevate human performance. Under Noah’s leadership, Quantified has become the global standard for developing people’s ability to thrive and excel professionally in a society where extraordinary communication opens the doors to influence, connection, and success. Noah is a best-selling author of Insights into Influence and he has delivered main-stage TED and TED-Ed Talks with over 17 million views. Noah formerly specialized in quantitative analysis on Wall Street for Lehman Brothers, Deutsche Bank, and for Private Equity firm Brentwood Associates. He has an Economics degree from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

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