Speaker Nicholas Boothman

World-Class Keynote speaker Nicholas Boothman

The “secret” of success isn’t very hard to figure out. 

The better you are at connecting and communicating with all sorts of different people, the faster you’ll find success.

“Nicholas Boothman is truly inspirational”THE ECONOMIST MAGAZINE

“Boothman is Dale Carnegie for a rushed era” THE NEW YORK TIMES

“Training the New York SuperCops includes daily discussions on the works of Aristotle, George Orwell and Nicholas Boothman” THE NEW YORKER

How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less
MAKE TRUSTING CONNECTIONS. GET YOUR POINT ACROSS. INSPIRE COOPERATION.

The #1 most important skill for leaders, professionals, entrepreneurs, teachers and managers.

Length of Speech: 60 – 90 Minutes

Happy Leadership Conference – Lisbon, Portugal 2016

Whether you’re interviewing, selling, networking or leading a team, brainstorming with the boss or delivering a presentation, success in business depends on forging instant relationships and articulating your business ideas so they get acted on.

Beginning with the simplest of tools – face, body, attitude and voice – Nicholas shows how to make a dazzling first impression. And then, when those 90 seconds are up, how to master the people-to-people skills that are essential to self-confident, effective ongoing communication.

Audiences learn to:

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Maximize first impressions with different types of people

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Articulate ideas in ways that are simple, interesting and memorable

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Find common ground with strangers

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Connect with the emotions

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Identify the different ways people communicate

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Rally and inspire cooperation

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Network strategically

“I went back and checked and it turns out that every single person that got a deal on Dragon’s Den and Shark Tank was able to connect and articulate their business ideas in 90 seconds or less.”KEVIN O’LEARY – SHARK AND DRAGON

How to Appear Socially Smarter in 90 Seconds or Less
For for students, leaders, managers, entrepreneurs, groups and professionals.

Length of Speech: 50 – 75 Minutes

 PBS TV Special 2014

Once upon a time you could get to the top on your knowledge and experience alone. But today that’s not enough. Today you need to be socially smarter too.

In this popular speech Nicholas demonstrates 30 little tricks that will instantly make you appear socially smarter with all kinds of different people – in 90 seconds or less.

Audiences learn fun, fast and easy ways to:

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become a temporary extrovert 

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use the ABCs of a great first impression

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assume really useful attitudes

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connect like you give a damn 

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master the art of small-talk 

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find “me-too” moments and common ground

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make conversation with chemistry 

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change minds with body-language 

“Bring Boothman’s ideas into your organization, your place of work, and they will have a dramatic effect on everything: how you run meetings, how you solve problems, how you connect with clients, how you connect with each other, fun, morale and general health and well-being.” – DELOITTE CONSULTING

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How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less
GAIN CONFIDENCE, MAKE FRIENDS, ACE INTERVIEWS, GET PEOPLE TALKING

For retail, front-line and support personnel, individuals, associations and students of all ages.

Length of Speech: 50 – 75 Minutes

 Power Within Roadshow

Experts estimate about 15 percent of your financial success comes from your skills and knowledge and around 85 percent comes from your ability to connect with other people and gain their trust and respect.

Nicholas Boothman shares with his audience new, innovative ways to connect, and explores easy and natural ways to mobilize your body, mind, voice, and — above all – your imagination to maximize the potential in every personal, social or business related relationship.

Audiences learn:

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The power of a Really Useful Attitude

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How to overcome hesitation

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Open vs. closed body language

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The art of synchronizing

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How to get people talking and keep them talking

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Active listening

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The three sensory preferences and how to read them

“Entertaining and enlightening – a phenomenal hit.”AT&T.   “Interactive, funny and richly rewarding.” WORLD INSURANCE FORUM   “Positive, energetic and humorous… this man is magic.” ERNST & YOUNG

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Some More Clients & Quotes

“Training the New York Supercops includes daily discussions on the works of Aristotle, George Orwell and Nicholas Boothman.”

- The New Yorker

“They don’t call him the ‘kick-start expert’ for nothing. Nick sets the tone for the day and has people connecting like old trusted friends in no time at all.”

- HBO

“Nick has an ability to cut through so much of the blather that is dished out these days. His preparation was critical in giving our team HELPFUL tools they could take out into the workplace immediately.”

- Volkswagen of America

“Great Job! Everyone at our convention really enjoyed your talk. It was impressive to witness all the conversations that followed.”

- The UPS Store

“I have personally worked with Nick on 3 events and in each he has gotten rave reviews.”

- AT&T, New York

“Uplifting, inspiring, full of hope and a host of skills we can use right now.”

- Gartner Consulting

“Every time Nicholas has spoken on our behalf he has enthralled and impressed the audience from the first minute and a half of the presentation until the last syllable was uttered.”

- Mackenzie Financial Corp

“AWESOME You are a gifted speaker, Mr. Boothman!! What a joy to listen to you. Your enthusiasm is absolutely infectious. Excellent feedback from the participants.”

- Standard Life

“The rave reviews are still coming in. Your professionalism, charisma, intellect — are why you are considered one of the best in your field. Again, thanks a million. It’s an honor to have the opportunity to work with you.”

- RE/MAX Central States and Dixie

“Nick’s presentation resulted in really useful attitudes, improved customer service, raised productivity… and more fun at work.”

- Compliance Division, Ministry of Finance

Inspirational, Motivational and Keynote speaker Nicholas Boothman on Innovation and Growth

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Inspirational, Motivational and Keynote speaker Nicholas Boothman on Innovation and Growth

How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less shows there’s an order and a process to connecting with others: First you establish trust with the basic instincts, then you establish rapport with the personality. What results is a relationship, and every relationship holds almost infinite possibilities.

How does speaker Nicholas Boothman know this? From studying the unconscious strategies of more than 700 people who are able to connect, neutralize the fight or flight response, start to engender trust and respect, find common ground and begin to articulate their business ideas in way that they will get acted on—in 90 seconds or less.

How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less is about establishing rapport – that stage between meeting and communicating. Nicholas shows how to subtly synchronize attitude, body language, and voice tone so that you instantly and imperceptibly become someone the other person likes.

Reinforcing these easy-to-learn skills Nick demonstrates how to read the other person’s sensory preferences – most of us are visual, some are kinesthetic, and a minority are auditory. So when you say “I see what you mean” to a visual person or “I get it” to a kinesthetic person or “I hear you” to an auditory you’re really speaking their language.

Along the way the speech covers attitude, words that open a conversation and words that shut it down, eye cues, finding common ground and more.

To make people like you in 90 seconds or less you’ve got to grab their attention and begin to build rapport in two seconds flat. That’s how long it takes people to decide whether or not they like you.

How does Nicholas Boothman know this? From studying the unconscious strategies of more than 700 people who are able to connect, neutralize the fight or flight response, start to engender trust and respect and find common ground—in 90 seconds or less.

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