Kare Anderson: Be an opportunity maker
Redefine your life around mutuality: Kare Anderson at TEDxBerkeley
Kare Anderson on Social Cues
Kare Anderson‘s TED talk on The Web of Humanity: Becoming an Opportunity Maker has attracted over 1.7 million views. She’s a public speaker, author of Mutuality Matters, Moving From Me to We, and Resolving Conflict Sooner and Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter who now writes for Forbes and Huffington Post. Kare Anderson's clients include Salesforce, Novartis and The Skoll Foundation. She’s a founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown and serves on advisory boards of Gloopt, Raynforest, Watermark and TEDxMarin. As David Rockefeller Jr. said after hearing her speak, "Kare forever changes how you see yourself and your world.” Discover more at her blog, Moving From Me To We.
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Become the Unforgettable Face of Your Organization
More than your smarts, good intentions, wealth, or even charisma your most vital traits in this increasingly complex, connected and information-flooded world are your capacity to be more widely quoted and deeply connected with diverse, sometimes unexpected allies. That’s the only way to stay relevant and sought-after. Discover seven core ways to turn every in-person or virtual situation into an opportunity to demonstrate value and create opportunity with and for others. Learn the A.I.R. formula for making every message memorable, meaningful and actionable.
From a once phobically shy stutterer-turned-global journalist discover how to turn the next chapter of your work and life into the adventure story you were truly meant to live with others. As David Rockefeller Jr., said after hearing Kare speak, “She will forever change how you see yourself and your world.”
Hidden Behavioral Cues That Boost or Bust Credibility
In-person and virtually, no action is neutral. From the angle at which you face others to the tone of your Tweets or voice, your every move creates mutuality or resistance. With advances in ways to study behavior we have discovered over 50 largely hidden behavior and contextual cues that affect how others feel about you. Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter turned Forbes and Huffington Post columnist has spent the past decade translating research into over 100 ways to become more credible, likable, trusted, widely-quoted and sought-after. Kare literally demonstrates the vital behavioral cues that bring out others’ better side so they naturally see and support yours. Become the glue that holds diverse groups together so you accomplish more, become indispensable and attract more opportunities.
Turn Employees Into Articulate, Helpful Ambassadors of Your Organization’s Brand
In an increasingly complex yet connected world, the higher the tech the higher the “touch” needed for companies to thrive. Perhaps the biggest missed opportunity to attract more customers and retain top talent is to support your employees in engaging with customers, prospects and other key stakeholders in timely and helpful ways. Such connectivity strikes fear into the hearts of many executives, yet the upside benefits can far outweigh the mistakes. With the right rules in place and apt training, employees who are entrusted to be brand ambassadors are likely to strengthen relationships inside and outside your firm, see problems and opportunities sooner, generate greater shared learning with each other and boost esprit de corps. From an expert on communicating-to-connect your employees can learn specific cues for becoming more connective and compelling, in-person and virtually.
Create the On-Site Experience That Boosts Spending and Bragging Rights
Just as a movie director storyboards the sequence of scenes to pull audiences into the story, you can increase the number of positive moments that the people you serve experience while at your place. In so doing they feel deeply about vividly sharing their experience with others. From the first sight to the last touch, increase the multi-sensory cues that spark loyalty. From hotels to hospitals, stores to sports arenas, people serving places become top-of-mind when management storyboards their experience. Discover how to conduct an Exposures Audit to craft the scene-by-scene, one-of-a-kind experiences that others rave about.
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5 Ways Storytelling Can Boost Participation and Performance
Monday, January 19, 2015
Remember how the jury consultant, played by Gene Hackman, attempted to bribe jurors in the movie Runaway Jury? It seems that jurors can be swayed by much less – by the same cue that affects us all in other settings. Here’s how.
A college professor of Jayson Zoller described a past class project in which students were offered the opportunity, by a federal judge to research ways to improve the jury deliberation process. They researched factors as diverse as the mix of ethnic groups, ages, jury instructions and even the food jurors ate. They interviewed past jurors, trial attorneys and others players in the situation.
Much to their surprise, none of that mattered as much as one unexpected feature of the jury room.
According to Paul Smith in Lead with a Story, the shape of the table had the biggest impact. If it was rectangular, then whoever sat at the head of it “tended to dominate the conversation.” Jurors were less open in expressing their views. Conversely they were more egalitarian when the table was round or oval. Consequently, writes Smith, it was those juries with round tables that came up with the most accurate and just verdicts.”
Hint: When you want convivial and collaborative meetings, or dinner parties you know what table shapes to seek.
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