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Talk given by Nick Marsh at London IA, April 2012

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  • TALKING AS DESIGNINGLondon IA - April 2012Nick Marsh@choosenickwww.choosenick.comnick@choosenick.com
  • WHY?
  • THINKING TALKING DRAWINGPROTOTYPING / HACKING PROPER MAKING
  • DECIDING HAVINGTHINGS IDEAS
  • RHETORIC DISCOURSE CONVERSATION DIALECTICDEBATE
  • RHETORIC DISCOURSE CONVERSATION DIALECTICDEBATE
  • 1.Dont talk too long without pausing for areaction. more than a minute is too long.Forty seconds is ideal.
  • 2.Never flatly disagree with the otherperson. It is an implied insult.
  • 3.Dont be too forceful or emphatic instating your opinions until you learn theother persons attitude.
  • 4.Give the other person intellectualfreedom and cooperation and claim themfor yourself.
  • • SURFING• SPARING• BULLDOZING• ON THE TABLING• DELIBERATE DELUDING• MONO-CONVERSATING• THROAT PUNCHING
  • NEXT?
  • TALKING EXERCISES
  • • LEARNING TO TALK HAPPENS WHEN YOU ARE A BABY AND IS USED IN ALL SUBSEQUENT LEARNING SO ITS HARD TO FORMALISE• SECONDARY ORALITY• INFLUENCE OF JOB/EDUCATION ON TALKING STYLE - E.G MATHS• NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING• ‘BRAINSTORMING’ IS OFTEN A FORM OF STRUCTURED CONVERSATION• PAPENAK• DE-BONO• ROLES IN CONVERSATION - PERSONALITY TYPES AND GROUP DYNAMICS• DIGITAL MEDIATION E.G SKYPE• BODY LANGUAGE