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Entrepreneurs and business professionals are constantly being told that they need to have a presence on social media, such as a Facebook Fan Page, but that doesn't automatically generate leads. This show discusses the differences between social media and social influence, and the benefits of being able to build true social influence.
Learn how to leverage a fun way to build social influence just like stock trading!
Host Allison McClintick chats with military spouse and professional, ethics guru, fierce woman and thought leader, Kristina Hammock about influence in the real world and what it takes to gain authenticity and positive power.
This month, Ankit Patel, Managing Partner of The Lean Way Consulting, joins the show to discuss how to tap into the natural information flows in your organization to influence change.
We all want to be demonstrate positive influence on our own lives and the lives of others-but demonstrating leadership (influence) is not always as easy as we think it should be.
This podcast will explain how to get your arms around leadership in 10 steps that you can start thinking about to get your influence where it needs to be NOW!
While it seems that blogs and twitter have taken over the thought leadership space - books still provide a "long-form" way to communicate more complicated and dense topics. Whether in dead tree format or via Kindle - books are a terrific source of inspiration and information.
For February, Influence Insiders are going to have a good ole fashioned book club - minus the cocktails and finger sandwiches.
Tune in to hear from our group on the books that influenced the way we influence. I'm sure with our group the selections will be diverse and interesting.
If you got a Kindle or a gift card for B&N for Christmas - this show will influence where you spend your money on books in 2010.
Influence>>the capacity to have an effect on the character, development, or behavior of someone or something, or the effect itself.
the capacity or power of persons or things to be a compelling force on or produce effects on the actions, behavior, opinions,etc., of others: He used family influence to get the contract
The Influence of a Leader! A Leaders influence does a great many things in any organization.
1. Solves Prolems
2. Maximizes Resources
3. Motivates People
A Influential Leader also knows he can do it alone, and he needs the help of others...
All this an more on The Influence of a Leader here on Marketing Madness
Join Sharon Johnson, Speaker, Coach, Founder and Host of the COMTIVATE show to discuss the importance of Influence. Based on demands, this moment in motivation is brought to you again.
06-27-2013 @ 6:30 pm. Est. Call 646-652-2034 to Listen: www.blogtalkradio.com/comtivate
How is your influence?
Are you positive, making a difference in the life of others of just plainly living?
Show sponsored by Linda Wilson of Perspectography
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Many entrepreneurs think that social media efforts and social influence can't really be measured, but there are actually a number of tools available to help you track your ROI. One of the tools is called Klout, and Miriam Slozberg and Ronnie Tsunami give you the inside scoop!
We’re back with another episode of the Influence Insider. Mark your calendars now. Next Wednesday, September 15, 2010 at noon EDT we will be interviewing Sean Geehan, President and founder of The Geehan Group.
We all hear that B2B is “similar” to B2C and we should consider similar tactics when selling and marketing to the B2B market. But Sean has a bit of a different spin on that “common knowledge.”
Your B2B customers are different and if you sell to businesses you have different issues as well.
You should listen to the show if…
Your top customers account for a large amount of your revenue
Your company’s margins are being threatened or eroding
You have lost or are at risk of losing top customers
You have had new products fall short of revenue, margin and/or market share goals
Relationships with real decision makers of your most important customers are questionable
You struggle to measure the ROI on marketing or R&D programs
Whether in court or in a negotiation, the goal is winning. Today, knowledge of the law is not enough! Now, attorneys must be image masters in order to win over judges, juries, mediators and clients.
Create Power through Image: Clothing, colors and styles are marketing tools for obtaining maximum results. Use them for creating impact and positive outcomes.
Communicate with Body Language: Reading and using body language is a key factor in successful negotiations. Gain skills for persuading and influencing before speaking a word. Read the body language of judges, opponents and jurors to be able to respond to non-spoken cues and increase the likelihood of a winning decision.
Strengthen Self-Confidence: Acquire the skills and habits that lead to client and jury support and empathy.
We'll learn all of this from our guest, Sara Canuso, president of Women That Influence. Sara addresses thousands of people annually at events such as the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Governor’s Conference for Women, the American Bar Association Women’s Rainmaking Conference and Women in Technology, the Philadelphia Business Journal, and the National Association of Women Business Owners.
Sara has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, NBC, CBS, and KYW radio. She also has written on the impact of image for corporate America and in the Legal Intelligencer, Philadelphia Business Journal, and Westlaw Journal, the Philadelphia Maven, Legal Intelligencer and the Burlington County Straight Work.