Gregor Jeffrey

Gregor Jeffrey

Communication Thought Leader

So many of us struggle with communication in our work or in our personal lives. Gregor Jeffrey’s own challenges with communication led him to a remarkable discovery — that the key to connecting with others and achieving influence can be found in science. In his award-winning keynote talk, Jeffrey proves that there is an incredibly simple way to truly engage our audience every time we speak.

A former international defence expert, Jeffrey worked in Canada’s high-tech sector and Silicon Valley. As a strategy consultant in England, France, and Spain he supported international teams on major projects for the UK Ministry of Defence and NATO Special Forces. Jeffrey now uses his innovative approach to help Fortune 500 executives, business professionals, entrepreneurs, and students to instantly transform the way they interact with others.


Communicating with Influence

In Gregor Jeffrey’s award-winning talk he will show you that there is an incredibly simple way to deliver the right information at exactly the right moment to engage each member of your audience every time you speak. Drawing on proven neuroscience, you will learn exactly what your audience needs from you when you speak in meetings, conference calls and presentations – and how to implement it immediately to achieve results.

Communicating with Influence in Virtual Environments

Achieving influence is difficult even under perfect conditions. As many of us are experiencing today, it’s even more challenging in virtual environments. We need every possible advantage to successfully connect, engage, and influence our diverse virtual audiences.

A former international defence expert, Gregor Jeffrey used his own communication challenges as the impetus to study the science behind effective communication. Through his research he discovered that we’ve been focusing on the wrong issues and that the key to communicating successfully is found in neuroscience.

In this engaging virtual presentation, Jeffrey will show how we can apply cognitive science to overcome the barriers we face in virtual communication, and achieve influence every time we communicate.