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Profiles in Persuasion: President Abraham Lincoln

This is the second in a series of posts that will outline the persuasive tactics of ten presidents, focusing on a specific trait for each respective leader. The first, Lyndon B. Johnson, can be found here. In this month of persuasive leadership, we’ll be taking a look at the rhetorical skill of President Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln, …

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Persuasive Leadership: Effective Communication

This is the last of a three-part series this month that focuses on leadership in persuasive communication through one-on-one interactions. The first article is here. The second article is here. In talking with human resource officers, COOs, CEOs and other corporate leaders about areas needing improvement within their organizations, communication almost always bubbles up. This need …

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Persuasive Leadership: Relationships

This is the second of a three-part series this month that focuses on leadership in persuasive communication through one-on-one interactions. The first article is here. We talk about “building relationships” so often that it has become trite. It’s a catchy phrase that’s overused and misunderstood. Having said that, it’s still extremely valuable as you lead …

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Profiles in Persuasion: President Lyndon B. Johnson

This is the first in a series of posts that will outline the persuasive tactics of ten presidents, focusing on a specific trait for each respective leader. Perhaps no former president exemplifies the power of one-on-one conversations than Lyndon Baines Johnson. Born in Stonewall, Texas in 1908, LBJ went from an impoverished and troubled childhood …

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Trust (Part 3)

Trust (Part 3) 3. Be open and authentic I acknowledge that being open and authentic within the business community often raises eyebrows. Most of us have been trained to leave our personal self outside the door when we walk into the office. I disagree with that. But let me add this disclaimer (one you’ve heard …

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Trust (Part 2)

Trust (Part 2) — An Excerpt from Unleashing Your Superpower 1. Be consistent It takes multiple interactions for your audience to begin to get a feel for who you are. These could be F2F meetings, phone calls or social media communication. And you’ll need precise consistency for people to begin to fully understand you, know …

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