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Quick Bytes: Understanding Leverage and the Psychology of Influence: Improving your persuasive skills and increasing collaboration around you

Jessica Notini
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Huang 300 Mackenzie Room

Register by October 17. (Walk-ins welcome)
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Every day we engage in efforts to persuade others to cooperate with us and are on the receiving end of others' attempts to persuade us to achieve desired outcomes while maintaining relationships. This interactive session will introduce you to different types of leverage and the power of persuasion so that you can choose and respond to influencing strategies more consciously and effectively. We will also examine the powerful psychological forces behind these influencing strategies to deepen your understanding of how and why they work.

Jessica Notini, consultant and lecturer in Law, Stanford Law School

About Quick Bytes

Get valuable professional development wisdom that you can apply right away! Quick Bytes sessions cover a variety of topics and include lunch. Relevant to graduate students at any stage in any degree program.

See the full Quick Bytes schedule

Contact Phone: 
(650) 736-0775
Contact Email: 
vpgeapplications@stanford.edu
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Time Commitment: 
< 3 hours

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