We all want to influence the behaviour of others; both at home and at work … and part of that is pitching your ideas so that you get buy in from the people you pitch them to. Here’s a peek into the psychology that underpins the most influential ways to present information.
Fellow change agents! Here’s an idea for you to ponder – “Space must exist before it can be filled.”
Part 2 of this article series describes an additional 6 principles modelled on Steve Jobs for creating and delivering amazingly influential presentations. (Continued from Part 1)
No matter what you might think of Apple products or Steve Jobs himself, there is absolutely no doubt that we can learn much from the way he presents Apple products to the world. Here is Part 1 of a 2 part article series.
The Persuasive Presenter Course delivered by George Lee Sye is the 1st in the series from the School of Global Influence Skills. In this video he explains how it fits in the overall model of change.
The word statistics will often send a chill through the spine of those who spent years getting flogged with the calculations by professors at university. Regardless of your experience with statistics, they do exist and they do really have a use. In this article I simply want to explain the different types that exist.
How you structure your words and sentences can have a profound impact on the level of motivation a listener experiences. Without careful thought, the impact can often work against you. Here’s a short extract from George’s Global Influence Skills program.
Questions form the backbone of any investigation or analysis. Here is a guide to asking better questions in FMEA.
Methods and tools for graphically displaying data such as Box Plots, Pareto Charts and Multi-Vari Charts are used widely in business improvement, particularly where Six Sigma methods are employed. But the relationship between those and more advanced statistics is often misunderstood.
The ability to translate customer needs and values into requirements is relevant to every individual who deals with customers. However, it seems the process is not that well known.