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Leadership and management books are usually about strengthening the solid lines in complex organization charts. However, sometimes the best approach is not complex, but really simple and straightforward. Yet this simplicity can be very profound.
No one really cares how their name is spelled on a Starbucks cup—only that the barista gets the drink right. But when you’re in a business setting, coming across as competent, trustworthy and approachable matters.
Watch as Ragy Thomas, founder of Sprinklr, explains why entrepreneurs need to figure out who their customer is before they build a social media following.
Microsoft’s Geoffrey CoIon attended some sessions at Advertising Week with his name badge and affiliation hidden, to see how people would treat him—and demonstrate the need for authenticity in marketing. Here’s what happened.
Establishing and maintaining a reputation for honesty and consistency takes effort and vigilance, but the rewards that come from being seen as a credible leader are significant and long term—for both you and those you lead.
Want to get things done? You need to learn how to convince people to say yes. Watch as Robert Cialdini, author of Pre-Suasion, describes the most important factors for influencing people.