Fri, 31 October 2014
As her college classroom peers hoped to find something that would trigger their future direction and possibilities, her teachers saw something that would give her the guidance toward a fulfilling and profitable tomorrow. (It's amazing how people can see things in us, that we have either been blind to or haven't assigned value to, as yet.) As it turned out, her profs approached her with the idea of having her coach another teacher, to help him learn how to present the material in a more compelling, memorable, and influential way.
She has personally interviewed and researched CIA agents, undercover law enforcement, con-artists, human intelligence officers, interrogators, trial attorneys, and many other individuals who are highly skilled at influencing people during critical moments.
On the show, self-confessed influence junkie, Shari Alexander, shares findings, ideas, and tips for how to be more influential in business and work life.