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Kenneth

Great Blog post and "position of being the only thing on people's minds at your new presentation" great tip..Thanks!

Brandon W. Jones

Steve,
Persuasion skills are so important because everyone always has to persuade someone. Employees persuade their bosses or coworkers, managers persuade their supervisors, and companies persuade their customers. Knowing how to be persuasive is essential to success in life no matter what profession or field you are in. Thanks, Brandon

Brijendra Dharampuria

It is very required to improve persuasive skill to get new height in our choosen field. Directly-indirectly we have to persuasive someone for our requirements and therefore it is very necessary specially for marketing executives.

Greer Peel

The points made to create an atmosphere, which will help the an individual to be more persuasive where helpful. All of the points make since, but I have never thought of those steps an individual or organization can take to create a positive reaction.

Do you have any tips to how I or others can present themselves as being more persuasive as individuals? I know I lack the ability to present myself as confident, in whatever the issue I am speaking on, to influence others to follow my lead.

Gina

Steve- Yes, the atmosphere is a huge factor. It really isn't about leaders having to be persuasive- it's more about conveying to others just how great your organization really is. If the culture, core values & atmosphere are truly wonderful- they will speak for themselves. It's just a matter of giving those things the platform on which to shine- which is where the leadership comes into play. It's their job to continue to make the organization great & put it out there for all to see.

Chris Witt

Steve,

I agree with you on going last. But then the challenge is to regain people's attention. (I'm assuming that the people who went before you overwhelmed the audience with too many facts and details, not enough focus, clarity, and emotional appeal.)

Chris

Jacq | postcards

Well, in presenting ideas , I think I'll go for the first rather than the last one. Make sure to be "entertaining" somehow specially if you are to present "boring" ideas or those that involves numbers. Although you raised a good point in there, but i guess not everyone goes for the last guy in the parade.

Annie

When it comes to persuasion we often forget that we have to be on board ourselves before we can persuade others. If we try persuading others on an idea that we don't believe in ourselves, then people will see right through our attempts. But then, is that really persuasion or is it in fact an attempt at deception?

tiffanys-jewelry

It is very required to improve persuasive skill to get new height in our choosen field. Directly-indirectly we have to persuasive someone for our requirements and therefore it is very necessary specially for marketing executives.

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