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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.
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Influence is a powerful thing....but have you ever really thought about YOUR influence? How do you influence yourself internally? How do you influence others? How do external influences impact you - the media, friends, family, the workplace - all of these could influence you, in a negative or positive way. Join us for this exciting episode where we examine the Power of Influence.
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.
Dr.Teresa Graham will have a panel of Ministers discussing the Circle of Influence and the Power of Agreement. Pastor Herbert Graham, ( Fort Worth, TX). Minister Ronnie Williams,
( Savannah, GA). Bro. Steve Spartan, ( Mansfield, TX). The question is: Do you know who is in your circle, and why are they there? Join us as these powerful men of God share their Bibical knowledge concerning this issue.
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“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.” ~ Lord Acton
Do I need to be in power? If so, why?
Is it because of ego, status, or enjoyment of the privileges it affords?
Is it a bad thing to want to be in power?
Would I be unhappy or unfulfilled if I wasn’t in power?
One question begets the next.
The biggest problem facing people is knowing when, what and how to operate their leadership power keys.
"A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty." ~ Winston Churchill
“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” - John Maxwell
CEO - Title.
Wealth - Power
Popularity - Influence.
Each exists independently, and may also co-exist simultaneously. A title can convey power, but the person with the title may not have or exert power. Wealth can bring popularity, but not only is it not guaranteed, but it may be of the wrong kind. A popular person may not have title or wealth, but they could sway their popularity to gain both.
When leaders and entrepreneurs wake up each day and begin their activities, their focus may be unconcsiouly impacting or pursuing one or all of these attributes, but I propose pursuing influence may be the best use of their time and energy. In this show I will build the case for Influence.
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.
Host and Leader Development Specialist, Allison McClintick, talks about empathy-it's positive impact on leadership and influence and the unfortunate consequences of when empathy is taken too far.
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Host Allison McClintick and "chief support officer" Kristina Hammock discuss the parellels between support within a family unit and leading others around you. How do you achieve success when the support is low or non existent? What characteristics do you need to empower in order to succeed?
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Host and Leader Development Specialist, Allison McClintick, spends 15 minutes talking about the power of respect using the example of a photograph taken in China of 7 doctors bowing to a 10 year old child, who just donated his organs after succumbing to his brain cancer. Why does this "reach" us? What can we learn from it and how can it impact our leadership intention?