The Surprising Truth About Moving Others
Tuesday 26 February 2013
6.00pm - 7.15pm
8 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6EZ
Whether we're entrepreneurs persuading funders, employees pitching colleagues, politicians pushing policies, parents and teachers cajoling kids, social networkers trying to grow our Twitter following; we all spend our days trying to move others. Today, like it or not, we're all in sales. Each and every one of us spends time trying to persuade others to part with resources - money, time, attention - though most of the time we don't realise we're doing it.
The ability to move others to exchange what they have for what we have is crucial to our survival and our happiness - it is fundamentally human. Bestselling author of Drive and star of the most-viewed RSA Animate, Dan Pink explores the ways in which we can all improve our everyday sales skills, and identifies the personal qualities and essential skills necessary to move people.
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