Our recent blog series has covered the importance of connection and clarity to influencing those around us. These two pillars of influence help us build strong personal connections, with clarity around our objectives. The next step is...
Have you ever tried to influence someone, only to fail?
My health insurance agent recently recommended that I change my healthcare policy. I asked him, “If you were me, would you switch to this new policy?” He replied, “I already switched to the same policy myself.”
Do you know anyone who is a Master Influencer?
The Republican convention is now a memory and the Democratic convention is upon us.
At a recent business conference, I had the good fortune to meet many speakers whom I’d admired for a long time. There was one woman in particular that I was eager to chat with -- I’d read two of her books, followed her blog and was fascinated by...
In my previous post, I mentioned that any communication online has the potential to go viral.
A large part of successful networking comes down to something you might not expect...
In my last post, I mentioned three of the main foundational building blocks of influence: competence, clarity, and relationships.
Relationships are one of the keys to advancement and success within any industry. Building strong relationships with co-workers, employers, and industry leaders can provide the support and the opportunities you need to reach your career goals.
One of the most bothersome business blunders is forgetting someone’s name. Mispronouncing a name and getting it entirely wrong are equally cringe-worthy, if not worse, making you want to slink off with your tail between your legs.
I’m currently coaching someone who’s in a highly regulated industry. Compliance oversees many of the decisions she is able to make. That being said, she still gets negative feedback from her internal customers.
What business are you in?
Last week, I wrote about some dos and don’ts for attending work-related holiday parties.
The Thanksgiving holiday is over more holidays are on the horizon...
I have been at the National Speakers Association (NSA) National Convention in Arizona, since July 16, and it ends today.