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http://www.influenceatwork.com This animated video describes the six universal Principles of Persuasion that have been scientifically proven to make you most...
The social psychologist Robert Cialdini is a pioneer in the science of persuasion. His 1984 book Influence is a classic, and he has just published an expanded and revised edition. In this episode of…
«the seven psychological levers that bewitch our rational minds and lead us to buy, behave, or believe without a second thought.»
We influence each other in many ways besides pure reason. What’s the moral difference between persuasion and manipulation?
Learn how Steve Jobs managed to sway the world using simple yet powerful persuasion strategies that you can apply in your own life.
Scientific research and historical accounts can help us identify and dissect the threat of ‘coercive persuasion’
«Pavlov observed that sudden stress immersion, sleep deprivation, isolation and methodical patience all contributed to the alteration of dogs’ behaviours.»
In a discussion of her new book, Influence is Your Superpower, Yale SOM’s Zoe Chance outlined strategies that make people want to say yes to you.
«Framing something as a pattern break attracts attention from the Gator, who otherwise ignores everything that conforms to expectations»
Kant argued that persuasion was a product of manipulation and deception. But it can also be a force for good in civic life
These very small tweaks make you dramatically more persuasive.
As a product leader at Google and Reddit, Tyler Odean uses persuasion as a tool in his everyday job. Here's what he's learned through experience and research about being influential at work.
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