Book of the Week: The Power Presenter

In this weeks edition of the “Book of the Week” I would like to present you “The Power Presenter – Technique, Style, and Strategy from America’s Top Speaking Coach” by Jerry Weissman published by John Wiley & Sons © 2009, 272 pages Take-Aways Anyone can learn to become a powerful presenter In every speech, your words are far less important than … More Book of the Week: The Power Presenter

The seven golden Rules for using Social Media in Internal Communications

Companies are more and more trying to introduce internal social media to seize the creative potential and the far reaching expertise of its individual employees and also engage them for changes in the company, allowing their employees to share their minds and let the company grow with them. However, these attempts often end due to … More The seven golden Rules for using Social Media in Internal Communications

Book of the Week: The Sales Bible – The Ultimate Sales Resource

In this weeks edition of the “Book of the Week” I would like to present you “The Sales Bible – The Ultimate Sales Resource” by Jeffrey Gitomer published by John Wiley & Sons © 2003, 342 pages Take-Aways Be positive — always. Set clear goals and work toward them. Plan your network, and work to develop the network you plan. … More Book of the Week: The Sales Bible – The Ultimate Sales Resource

Book of the Week: We-Think – Mass innovation not mass production

In this weeks edition of the “Book of the Week” I would like to present you “We-Think: Mass Innovation, Not Mass Production” by Charles Leadbeater published by Profile Books © 2008, 290 pages. I really liked this piece of lecture… Take-Aways The Internet radically increases your level of connection with others. When you become more connected, you increase your chances … More Book of the Week: We-Think – Mass innovation not mass production

Change Psychology: Elaboration Likelihood Model

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description There are two ways we make decisions and hence get persuaded: When we are motivated … More Change Psychology: Elaboration Likelihood Model

Change Psychology: Durability bias

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description When we predict how long we will feel about some event, we tend to over-estimate … More Change Psychology: Durability bias

Change Psychology: Discounting

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description We often underestimate the effects of one cause of our behavior when another cause is … More Change Psychology: Discounting

Change Psychology: Disconfirmation bias

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description When people are faced with evidence for and against their beliefs, they will be more … More Change Psychology: Disconfirmation bias

Change Psychology: Deindividuation

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. DescriptionWe normally carry our sense of identity around with us and are thus well aware of … More Change Psychology: Deindividuation