You may be surprised to discover you’re not as influential as you think you are.
Self-awareness is essential to increasing influence both personally and professionally. How we perceive ourselves doesn't always match the way others perceive us to be. We don't know what we don't know, and rarely will others tell us. If we don't ask for honest, detailed feedback from someone we trust, we remain in the dark. To know what our listeners see and hear, we need to become self-aware. Only then can we begin to make improvements.
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The following report provides a summary of the findings by the Social Research Lab at the University of Northern Colorado in 2020. The research conducted is based on Stacey Hanke Inc.’s Influence Redefined keynotes.
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