Four Unexpected Ways to be More Influential


See on Scoop.itDevelopmental & Behavioral Challenges in Children

According to Gerald Zaltman and a slew of neuroscientists, 95% of human thought, emotion and learning happens without our conscious awareness. Yet we spend a lot of time trying to persuade people by

Dr. Pat McGuire‘s insight:

As we understand how to influence others, we need to understand how to help others use influence in a positive manner.  These are all positive methods,  which people respond to in like manner.  So why do we try to influence children with negative interactions?

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