Mar 28 • 34M

E86: Presentation - Blue Man Group Shares Tips on Enhancing Engagement at Google - Don Colliver (Former Blue Man Group Member)

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⚡️ Blue Man Group Shares Tips on Enhancing Engagement at Google

The Blue Man Group is a unique performance art company that has been entertaining audiences around the world for decades. From silent comedy to musical performances, the group has become an icon in the entertainment industry. In this episode, Don Colliver (former Blue Man Group performer) shares how he has been sharing his tips to increase engagement at Google through creative approaches.

Don Colliver (Former Blue Man Group Member)

Don Colliver teaches popular public speaking courses internally at Google and around the world, and writes and speaks for Fortune 500 companies including Adobe, Cisco, and Medtronic. Don has performed with the Blue Man Group and toured internationally as a theatrical Clown. He recently released a #1 bestselling book entitled "Wink: Transforming Public Speaking with Clown Presence" to help communicators profoundly impact their audiences through the power of authenticity, listening, and play: the Secrets of Clown!






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