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Published on May 23, 2012
Jarrod Haning is the principal violist for the South Carolina Philharmonic. He has been called the "Seth Godin of music" and the "golden boy for music." And, with performing experience in 14 professional orchestras and over 20,000 hours of practice he is able to deliver some powerful secrets on mental and physical performance.
As an award-winning speaker, Jarrod trains companies in the psychology of music. When you know how music creates inspiration in you, then you are able to create inspiration in other people. By revealing the subconscious mechanism that drives our emotional response to music and language, he is able to engage his audience at a much deeper level.
His training gives leaders the ability to create the kinds of emotions that cause people to take action. His training gives managers the ability to disappear the emotional tension around conflict and change. HIs training gives teams the ability to increase productivity by working together more closely.