BCR #23 – Allan Jenkins bears all!

by Lee Hopkins on November 29, 2005 · 2 comments

in bcr pod/vidcast,podcasting

BCR podcast #23 now onlineShow number 23 of Better Communication Results the podcast is now ready for your downloading delight.

Allan Jenkins relaxing after surviving a grilling from ace interviewer HopkinsWould you be interested in finding out what the number one skill lacking in business communicators is these days – and how you can easily jumpstart your communication career?

Would you like to know the secrets of communication success?

Then tune in, because in today’s special edition of Better Communication Results the podcast I’m interviewing Allan Jenkins.

Allan Jenkins is a business communicator who’s served clients around the world.

An American based in Copenhagen, he has successfully run both large and small communication agencies — and freely admits he’s mismanaged a couple. He brings to our interview almost 20 years of experience in marketing and internal communications.

A long-time member of the IABC — the International Association of Business Communicators — and someone who has served on their board, Allan very kindly consented to take 40 minutes out of his busy day to share with us his background and the lessons he has learnt. Join me as we delve into the world of Allan Jenkins…

Download the show directly right now [16.7mb], or else subscribe to my rss/webfeed and have each and every sparkling edition delivered automatically to your podcatching software next time you go online. Confused? There’s more information right here.

Show notes:
00:01 Introduction
01:11 Interview
36:23 Outro music

Links:
Allan’s blog
Prediction Markets

  • http://fabadger.blogspot.com/ Dan Hill

    Excellent show. I very much hope Allen goes ahead with his plans to podcast. Whatever the topic, rather like Billy Zane’s films, I could almost listen in for the voice alone.

    Online is the easier (in a publishing/distribution sense), cheaper choice.
    I believe direct marketing still has a future because of the effort required to make it effective/profitable. Eventually, only those that can do it effectively will still use this medium while others will migrate.

  • http://fabadger.blogspot.com Dan Hill

    Excellent show. I very much hope Allen goes ahead with his plans to podcast. Whatever the topic, rather like Billy Zane’s films, I could almost listen in for the voice alone.

    Online is the easier (in a publishing/distribution sense), cheaper choice.
    I believe direct marketing still has a future because of the effort required to make it effective/profitable. Eventually, only those that can do it effectively will still use this medium while others will migrate.

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