In The Persuasion Equation, Mark Rodgers shows how people make decisions and reveals how to persuade people to see things your way. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
In 360 Degrees of Influence, Harrison Monarth argues persuasively that the most effective leaders are those who influence colleagues in all levels of the organization. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
Elements of Influence is the ideal guide for learning how to become a leader who can positively influence others. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
In this collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review, you'll learn the role influence can play in an organization, and how much persuasive power executives possess inside their companies as well as externally.
Unveiling the secrets of inspirational individuals, Communicate to Influence presents tools to train leaders and business executives to become rousing presenters. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
The Profit of Kindness: How to Influence Others, Establish Trust, and Build Lasting Business Relationships
A practical guide that teaches you how to connect with others using the global asset known as kindness, this book will help you master the art of building trusting, long-lasting relationships through open, nonadversarial interchanges that result in mutually beneficial outcomes.
How to Speak so People Really Listen: The Straight-Talking Guide to Communicating with Influence and Impact
Offering the guidance you need to become a brilliant communicator and wow your audience, this book helps you avoid the most common mistakes people make when persuading others and shows you how to communicate in a way that truly gets your voice heard.
Whether your goal is to persuade one person―a husband, child, or boss―or the millions who might purchase an Apple Watch or a Budweiser, this book directly translates the revolution in neuroscience into practical new techniques for effective persuasion.
We succeed in business and in life when we influence how others think, feel, and act. Filled with exercises and practical applications, this book shows how anyone can increase his or her influence to achieve greater success.
Debunking myths and shedding light on the challenges, this book offers specific principles for Leading Down, Leading Up, and Leading Across to help you expand your influence and ultimately be a more valuable team member.