articles on influence

In the spirit of the holidays and wrapping up your year, I wanted to give you a glimpse of our 5 Most Read Articles of 2016. Each of these articles has proven to be valuable to growing your influence. We’ll start the drumroll and count down from five to one based on the number of readers. 

5. Influence vs. Inspiration vs. Motivation: Understanding Why Influence Wins in the End

Influence, inspiration and motivation are NOT the same thing. Learn the difference and why becoming an influencer is crucial to your success.

4. How to Coach Confidence in the 21st Century Leader

Confidence is foundational to leadership and influence when coaching leaders, but it is the one characteristic that is truly lacking in many emerging leaders. Learn how to build confidence into your team or clients.

3. Questions Servant Leaders Ask

Servant leaders are the shapers of history, and the catalyst of other's life significance. “Good” history is the story of the leader serving others in a sacrificial manner (Jesus, Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr. et al.). Start asking the right questions to improve your servant leadership.

2. Success Begins with Your Personal Influence

Your personal influence is the most significant capability you possess to create a world of success in your business, company and in your personal life. Gain the tools you need to grow your personal influence.

And DRUMROLL to CYMBAL CRASH … by far, our most read article of 2016 with over 8,000 views.

1. Eleven Influence Tactics and How To Excel at Each

Leadership requires moving people from point A to point B. How effectively a leader uses “hard” or “soft” influence tactics determines how well others are influenced to move or to change their current direction. Learn the keys to using these influence tactics to your advantage.

We hope you and yours have a Happy Holiday and are successfully planning and gearing up for 2017.

--Dr. Karen Keller




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From regional manager to international executive with quadruple the pay, Karen Keller’s unique blueprint carefully outlined the step-by-step process for creating high-impact influence and let me know when I was being influenced in a way that didn’t serve me.
Lloyd Moore
Global Director Supplier Quality & Development - Lear Corporation – South Carolina