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This is a fantastic infographic about the psychology of influence.
No matter how much technology advances, the triggers behind human behavior remain the same. With the right planning you can use psychology to increase conversions and improve your bottom line.
Via Ivo Nový
Have you ever wanted to be more persuasive, convincing, or if nothing else, understand how others try to influence you? …Of course! Who hasn’t?
Understanding how storytelling works in persuasion, influence, and change, and the research/neuroscience that informs it all is critical if anyone is going to work with stories effectively.
And hooray -- Gregory Ciotti has put together his list of favorite books that help us understand persuasion, influence, change, and stories more deeply. We'll all become more articulate and better at our craft -- whether you are a consultant, storyteller, entrepreneur or CEO.
Some of these I've read, some I haven't -- so I can't wait to dig into this list myself.
I hope we all learn lots and gain lots of useable insights for our work. Enjoy!
This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it ;
Via Karen Dietz
What is this ability to step into someone else’s shoes? To imagine how they feel - and to hurt for them or be happy for them? Host Frank Stasio is joined by a panel of experts to discuss empathy, the trait that makes us uniquely human.
Lasana Harris is an assistant professor in psychology and neuroscience at Duke University; Jesse Prinz is a Distinguished Professor of philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York; Pate Skene is an associate professor of neurobiology at Duke University and a second year law student; and Ralph Savarese is an associate professor of English at Grinnell College, a Duke Humanities Writ Large Fellow, and the author of “Reasonable People: A Memoir of Autism and Adoption”
Via Edwin Rutsch, David Hain, JLAndrianarisoa, donhornsby, Karen Dietz
My friend Mark Bartikoski brought this article and infographic to my attention. It was posted on Business 2 Community..
Whether we like it or not, Klout is here to stay, brands use it to find influencers who will in turn become advocates, companies use it when they're interviewing perspective employees and many of our peers pay attention to it too.
Once scrutinized for its methods and criticized as being nothing more than an online zodiac, Klout has nevertheless secured its place in the social media...
Included in this piece is a tip sheet to help you raise your score.
How does Klout measure your score?
**The number of people you influence + how much you influence them + how influential they are = your Klout Score
What goes into your score?
**Retweets and mentions
**Comments, wall posts and likes
**Tips, to-do's, done
**Comments, shares, +1s
Each user gets 5 +K each day to distribute to other users they consider influential
Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"
Read article and see infographic + tip shee
:Infographic by: RM Sorg WallStreetBranding
Read article and see infographic here: [http://bit.ly/NhrOaZ]