Influence Ecology

Influence Ecology

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The leading business education in transactional competence.

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Episódios

  • The Innovation Gap with Sterling Hawkins
    The Innovation Gap with Sterling Hawkins
    Duração: 38min | 20/01/2020

    Sterling Hawkins grew up a fifth-generation retailer, having to master the intersection of human behavior and technology under extreme competition. In 2004, he co-founded, launched and sold his first technology company, Convena, where he developed innovative approaches to beat competition, handle high-growth and achieve performance no matter the obstacles. He went on to be involved The post The Innovation Gap with Sterling Hawkins appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • A Leadership Hypothesis with César Idrovo
    A Leadership Hypothesis with César Idrovo
    Duração: 45min | 08/01/2020

    César Idrovo is a Business Agility Consultant based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His clients span North America, Europe, and South America and range from startups to companies in the Fortune top 10. He helps leaders generate valuable outcomes in the market by embracing and taking advantage of business uncertainty. His focus is to The post A Leadership Hypothesis with César Idrovo appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Just Add Water with Dan Murphy
    Just Add Water with Dan Murphy
    Duração: 51min | 16/12/2019

    As a serial success in the startup space, Dan Murphy has turned his attention to getting companies to the point of what he calls "just add water," specifically, working to reduce the cost of scaled growth. While many startups struggle with similar breakdowns, Dan shares a set of practices and techniques to introduce new ways The post Just Add Water with Dan Murphy appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Naively Righteous with Jeff Miller
    Naively Righteous with Jeff Miller
    Duração: 45min | 04/12/2019

    As we teach it, the study of transactional behavior allows each of us to understand both the value and cost of our role in any transaction. For example, rigorous standards are valuable when confronting our limited resources–and at the same time–destructive when gregarious or imaginative moods are required. Too often, we get stuck when we The post Naively Righteous with Jeff Miller appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Scaling Up! with John James  Lauren Cato Robertson
    Scaling Up! with John James & Lauren Cato Robertson
    Duração: 47min | 20/11/2019

    In 2012, John James and Lauren Cato Robertson started studying with Influence Ecology to develop their massage therapy business and now co-own the Academy where Lauren first trained. Their journey underscores many of the lessons that come with first expanding, then scaling their business. As John James says: It's been pure joy and frequent discomfort. The post Scaling Up! with John James & Lauren Cato Robertson appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Built for Speed with Alex Bould
    Built for Speed with Alex Bould
    Duração: 52min | 05/11/2019

    Alex Bould works with large tech corporations to shorten their time to market. Working in the San Francisco Bay area, he leads enterprise-scale Agile transformations to help solve billion-dollar problems. In this interview, he talks about what differentiates market leaders from market followers - and how this is changing. For the longest time, the pursuit The post Built for Speed with Alex Bould appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • R.E.S.P.E.C.T. with Dawn Spiller, Jenn Oliver, Carolyn Saint, Ellen Beverly, and Olga Kipnis at the University of Virginia
    R.E.S.P.E.C.T. with Dawn Spiller, Jenn Oliver, Carolyn Saint, Ellen Beverly, and Olga Kipnis at the University of Virginia
    Duração: 48min | 23/10/2019

    At the University of Virginia, I interviewed a group of women about the impact of our programs. I spoke with Ellen Beverly, Dawn Spiller, Olga Kipnis, Carolyn Saint, and Jenn Oliver about how the framework of Transactional Competence™ has helped them in their roles within the university. What might, you wonder, is the most surprising The post R.E.S.P.E.C.T. with Dawn Spiller, Jenn Oliver, Carolyn Saint, Ellen Beverly, and Olga Kipnis at the University of Virginia appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • How Resilient Are You? with Kim Corbett
    How Resilient Are You? with Kim Corbett
    Duração: 53min | 07/10/2019

    Why do some quit while others bounce back? Chances are you've heard tales of Thomas Edison overcoming failure. Edison (1847-1931) most famously invented the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb and is credited with developing devices for electrical power generation, mass communication, sound recording, and motion pictures. As a master of trial and error, these innovations The post How Resilient Are You? with Kim Corbett appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • When Being Likable Isn’t Enough with Janet Asher Vreeland
    When Being Likable Isn’t Enough with Janet Asher Vreeland
    Duração: 46min | 30/09/2019

    We all assume we can play to our strong suits - but what about when these don't work? How do I influence or gain compliance when being likable is my primary tool - and it sometimes backfires? As we teach it, all personalities experience themselves as both an asset AND a liability depending on the The post When Being Likable Isn’t Enough with Janet Asher Vreeland appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Decisions Based in Evidence with Neil Calvert
    Decisions Based in Evidence with Neil Calvert
    Duração: 44min | 23/09/2019

    Twin Studies have been used for decades to settle the age-old Nature vs. Nurture debate about human behavior: are we hardwired to act according to our biological blueprint, or does our environment influence our behavior or gene expression? Twin Study research has helped find answers to questions on space travel, obesity, IQ, and much more. The post Decisions Based in Evidence with Neil Calvert appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Ambition is Not a Dirty Word with Darryl Anderle
    Ambition is Not a Dirty Word with Darryl Anderle
    Duração: 53min | 10/09/2019

    In a 2015 speech, American actress, producer, and entrepreneur Reese Witherspoon launched a campaign to support women and their aspirations with the battle-cry, "Ambition is not a dirty word." In 2018, Oprah Winfrey interviewed Reese Witherspoon and American actress, comedian, writer, producer, and director Mindy Kaling to talk about that moment. Growing up in lower-middle-class The post Ambition Is Not a Dirty Word with Darryl Anderle appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • How to Be Heard with Phyllis Tichinin
    How to Be Heard with Phyllis Tichinin
    Duração: 46min | 26/08/2019

    Phyllis Eleanor Tichinin has always struggled to have her contrary voice heard amongst the mainstream. Raised rurally in the once fruit-filled Santa Clara Valley, she earned her education as a soil scientist and environmental manager at the University of California Davis. Now in New Zealand, she raised her two children on her deceased husband's family The post How to Be Heard with Phyllis Tichinin appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • An Accurate Reflection with Paul Adams
    An Accurate Reflection with Paul Adams
    Duração: 50min | 05/08/2019

    From time to time, I'll explain Influence Ecology and our approach by telling a story about the ABC television series American Idol. The award-winning series involves discovering recording stars from unsigned singing talents. The winner receives a record deal with a major label. In one audition listed in the category of "worst of the worst" The post An Accurate Reflection with Paul Adams appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Save Resources, Build Surplus with Trisha Tyler
    Save Resources, Build Surplus with Trisha Tyler
    Duração: 41min | 29/07/2019

    Trisha Tyler began studying with Influence Ecology in 2012. She was single, struggling to transform a team’s performance, and had a fair amount of consumer debt. During her early participation, Tricia became a disciple of accurate thinking as it made her a better leader and decision-maker, good mentor, and coach. As a graduate of our The post Save Resources, Build Surplus with Trisha Tyler appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Teach to Know with Joe and Joni Rocco
    Teach to Know with Joe and Joni Rocco
    Duração: 48min | 22/07/2019

    I'm often confounded by those who claim to know something but can't teach it to me. The famous Nobel winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between knowing something and knowing the name of something, and it's one of the most important reasons for his success. Richard Feynman lived from 1918 to 1988. He made The post Teach to Know with Joe and Joni Rocco appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Being Well Known with Marcus Bell
    Being Well Known with Marcus Bell
    Duração: 47min | 08/07/2019

    Marcus “Bellringer” Bell is an American music producer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, singer, social media influencer, activist and entrepreneur. Having first participated with Influence Ecology in March of 2012, we interviewed him in Aug 2016 - and focused on deliberate practice - that "most people don't and won't practice". His piano practice began at age 2 with The post Being Well Known with Marcus Bell appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Knowing Requires Doing and Fitness Requires Practice with Suzanne Pool
    Knowing Requires Doing and Fitness Requires Practice with Suzanne Pool
    Duração: 44min | 24/06/2019

    To develop our fitness to transact effectively, we must practice. For example, consider how we get competent at swimming. We could read about it, study it, watch videos, discuss it, and perhaps even practice on dry land and yet still we wouldn’t know swimming until we got into the water and tested our understanding through The post Knowing Requires Doing and Fitness Requires Practice with Suzanne Pool appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Influential Environments with Christopher Mercier
    Influential Environments with Christopher Mercier
    Duração: 42min | 17/06/2019

    In Inglewood, California, Christopher Mercier, President and Design Principal of (fer) studio builds award-winning Contemporary Iconic Architecture designed by a process whereby the final form is a result of a unique and collaborative design research method entitled Form Environment Research - or (fer) studio for short. FER's approach is to produce a unique iconic form The post Influential Environments with Christopher Mercier appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Asking for Help with Moira Clay
    Asking for Help with Moira Clay
    Duração: 29min | 12/06/2019

    What are you working on? Are you busy being busy? Many of us can end a day wondering what we've accomplished, yet know we were quite active. How do we know we're working on the right thing? In today's interview, we address how slowing down to speed up, accurate thinking, and asking for help can The post Asking for Help with Moira Clay appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • The Bankruptcy of Magical Thinking with Kristen Moeller
    The Bankruptcy of Magical Thinking with Kristen Moeller
    Duração: 52min | 03/06/2019

    Kristen Moeller is a literary agent, author, and speaker who lives in the mountains of Colorado. Her career includes an acquisitions editor at Morgan James Publishing and executive publisher for Persona Publishing. She is now an agent at Waterside Productions, the literary home of Eckhart Tolle, Neale Donald Walsch, Jean Houston, and other luminaries. She The post The Bankruptcy of Magical Thinking with Kristen Moeller appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Cory Shepherd – Welcome to Your Brain (Ep. 55)
    Cory Shepherd – Welcome to Your Brain (Ep. 55)
    Duração: 37min | 18/06/2018

    We all think we know more than we actually do. Do you know how paper is made? How does a toilet work? How about a pen? Our species has produced sophisticated technologies, cities, and accomplishments, but most of us don’t honestly know how these things work. How can we aspire to so much despite understanding The post Welcome to Your Brain with Cory Shepherd appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • John Severson – Some Possibilities Are Dangerous (Ep. 54)
    John Severson – Some Possibilities Are Dangerous (Ep. 54)
    Duração: 39min | 04/06/2018

    Swimming in possibilities and excitement might be more detrimental than we think. As a biological ‘exchange animal,’ our moods and transactions are inextricably linked. We read or mimic the moods of others faster than we recognize their words. We've all learned the hard way that a text or email can't include the wordless cues like The post Some Possibilities Are Dangerous with John Severson appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Jenn Oliver – Put Your Oxygen Mask On First (Ep. 53)
    Jenn Oliver – Put Your Oxygen Mask On First (Ep. 53)
    Duração: 33min | 21/05/2018

    Jenn Oliver, Senior Director of Service for the Academic Division at the University of Virginia, has learned a valuable lesson about what we refer to as "putting the mask on first." Before her study with Influence Ecology, primarily, other people's needs informed her plans. Her work was oriented only around doing for others, leaving her The post Put Your Oxygen Mask On First with Jenn Oliver appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Simon Chesney – From Talented Generalist to Agile Specialist (Ep. 52)
    Simon Chesney – From Talented Generalist to Agile Specialist (Ep. 52)
    Duração: 36min | 07/05/2018

    Simon Chesney's journey is a case study in the benefits of evolving from a talented generalist to a unique specialist. He's learned that specialization and differentiation can help him build a valued identity and that it’s possible to incorporate and combine his past experiences and expertise with his newly acquired specialized knowledge. Simon Chesney is The post From Talented Generalist to Agile Specialist with Simon Chesney appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Matthew Jackson – Slow Down to Speed Up (Ep. 51)
    Matthew Jackson – Slow Down to Speed Up (Ep. 51)
    Duração: 35min | 23/04/2018

    Ever found inspiration in the William H. Murray quote: "Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it! Boldness has genius, magic, and power in it”? How about this one by Daniel Burnham: "Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men's blood and probably themselves will not be realized"? While these The post Slow Down to Speed Up with Matthew Jackson appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Sarah Shepherd – Always an Aspect, Never an Entity (Ep. 49)
    Sarah Shepherd – Always an Aspect, Never an Entity (Ep. 49)
    Duração: 47min | 26/03/2018

    Is it better to be more selfless or more selfish? If you're like most people, you probably treat one of these behaviors as the more preferred way to act. But have you ever considered that in either case, someone gets reciprocally dismissed? Those too selfless can leave others enabled while devaluing themselves; those too selfish can The post Always an Aspect, Never an Entity with Sarah Shepherd appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Karl Strand – The Guardian of Standards (Ep. 48)
    Karl Strand – The Guardian of Standards (Ep. 48)
    Duração: 46min | 12/03/2018

    Who keeps us from falling off the proverbial cliff? While some are naturally inclined to dream new ideas and others can't help but build new relationships, there is a segment of society whose entire focus and role are to protect us from our poorly constructed shortcuts. This typically skeptical personality recognizes that nothing around us The post The Guardian of Standards with Karl Strand appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Drew Knowles – Embrace Your Naïveté (Ep. 47)
    Drew Knowles – Embrace Your Naïveté (Ep. 47)
    Duração: 48min | 26/02/2018

    We all can observe naïveté in others, but can we identify it in ourselves? As a poster child for ambition, Drew Knowles is a case study in embracing his naïveté. This episode describes and demonstrates what we mean by the term State of Mind: the state or condition of one’s thinking or knowing. We address The post Embrace Your Naïveté with Drew Knowles appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Johnny Washington – I Took Too Many Risks (Ep. 46)
    Johnny Washington – I Took Too Many Risks (Ep. 46)
    Duração: 28min | 12/02/2018

    With an aim to make the most money he could, Johnny Washington, from McKinney, Texas, acknowledges that he used to take way too many risks. Amped on the rush-to-action tendencies typical of the idea-oriented personality, he thought he could do just about anything he imagined. He produced many significant breakdowns, and burdened by some of The post I Took Too Many Risks with Johnny Washington appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Special Episode: Faculty Dinner with the CEO (Ep. 45)
    Special Episode: Faculty Dinner with the CEO (Ep. 45)
    Duração: 55min | 29/01/2018

    Our 2018 Annual Member Conference in Los Cabos included a podcast episode dinner with a few members of our faculty. You'll hear from Vice President Drew Knowles, Dr. Gary Ward, James Walls, Marne Power, and Suzanne Pool—five faculty from five different countries—as we dialogue about why Influence Ecology has become their tribe and speculate on The post Special Episode: Faculty Dinner with the CEO appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Tara Collison, Ph.D. – The Conceit of Independence (Ep. 44)
    Tara Collison, Ph.D. – The Conceit of Independence (Ep. 44)
    Duração: 37min | 15/01/2018

    Always willing to help, but never able to ask for it, Tara Collison's journey as a student of Influence Ecology is a useful case study in the conceit of independence. She discovered that her ‘independence’ was merely ego and that this view and the subsequent actions alienated others, left her exhausted, and had long-term consequences The post The Conceit of Independence with Tara Collison, Ph.D. appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Craig Bouck – The Elements of Value (Ep. 43)
    Craig Bouck – The Elements of Value (Ep. 43)
    Duração: 38min | 01/01/2018

    Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture designs buildings and places that bring people together. As award-winning architects, their projects are sharply differentiated from competitors, but the final selection still often won to price. Wanting more control of their future, CEO Craig Bouck pursued an education in the elements of value; the firm had mastered practical utility, but The post The Elements of Value with Craig Bouck appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Dr. Sarah Jane Meharg – Are You High Cost? (Ep. 42)
    Dr. Sarah Jane Meharg – Are You High Cost? (Ep. 42)
    Duração: 45min | 18/12/2017

    As Canada’s authority on cultural reconstruction in complex emergencies, Dr. Sarah Jane Meharg is the principal and founder of Peace and Conflict Planners, often called upon by the Canadian Forces to help stabilize war-torn or post-disaster affected communities. She's authored two books: one on navigating the military and humanitarian divide and the other on measuring The post Are You High Cost? with Dr. Sarah Jane Meharg appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Ron Sprengeler – A Powerful Identity (Ep. 41)
    Ron Sprengeler – A Powerful Identity (Ep. 41)
    Duração: 44min | 04/12/2017

    How do you produce a robust identity amongst thousands of peers in a large corporate environment? Ron Sprengeler is someone who's done just that. Rather than join the naïve ranks of those whose viewpoint is that the job alone entitles them to a respected identity, Ron's case study demonstrates how to produce a powerful corporate identity in two The post A Powerful Identity with Ron Sprengeler appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Melissa Baer – You’re Always Transacting (Ep. 40)
    Melissa Baer – You’re Always Transacting (Ep. 40)
    Duração: 42min | 06/11/2017

    Melissa Baer earned a university education in marketing and business and was raised on an organic farm. She's an uncommon hybrid of 'stilettos and rubber boots' weaned on her father's mantra that without money in the bank, you can't make a difference. She's battled both business and health challenges only to discover peace, satisfaction, and The post You’re Always Transacting with Melissa Baer appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Wesley Pingelton – A Good Problem to Have? (Ep. 39)
    Wesley Pingelton – A Good Problem to Have? (Ep. 39)
    Duração: 36min | 23/10/2017

    After ten years with a nationally recognized financial planning practice, Wesley Pingelton had ambitions to go out on his own. In doing so, he got what he wanted: great success, creative freedom, and the opportunity to work with the right client. But with each complex case, a unique solution produced a massive amount of labor. The post A Good Problem to Have? with Wesley Pingelton appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Kristina Panchenko – A New Guiding Philosophy
    Kristina Panchenko – A New Guiding Philosophy
    Duração: 40min | 09/10/2017

    A virtual CFO, Kristina Panchenko offers emerging businesses the financial tools and knowledge to take their business to where it ought to be (www.oughttobe.net). Her firm helps small business owners with critical forward-looking financial tools, management, and reporting that are typically only affordable to large enterprises. Kristina Panchenko was born in the Soviet Union and immigrated to the The post A New Guiding Philosophy with Kristina Panchenko appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Dr. Dawn Dalili – The Transactional Whole
    Dr. Dawn Dalili – The Transactional Whole
    Duração: 45min | 25/09/2017

    As a successful naturopathic physician, Dr. Dawn Dalili offers an approach that guides patients toward a vibrant life. In this episode, Dr. Dalili and Co-Founder John Patterson discuss why attending to a partial aspect of the body — or a transaction — doesn't address the whole truth: that contemplating whole systems and processes isn't easy, The post The Transactional Whole with Dr. Dawn Dalili appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Lee J and Valorie Howard – The Appropriate Mood
    Lee J and Valorie Howard – The Appropriate Mood
    Duração: 51min | 10/09/2017

    As biological exchange animals, our moods and transactions are inextricably linked. Most people are naïve to the moods appropriate (or inappropriate) for transacting. To transact powerfully, you must attend to producing appropriate moods. Valorie and Lee J Howard are entertainment experts skilled at building the perfect mood for their customers. They care deeply about delivering The post The Appropriate Mood with Lee J and Valorie Howard appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Miranda McCroskey – The New Poverty of Self-Sufficiency
    Miranda McCroskey – The New Poverty of Self-Sufficiency
    Duração: 35min | 28/08/2017

    Miranda McCroskey is a 20+ year defense attorney who founded Unlock Legal to help 'accidental criminals' unlock their professional license from the collateral consequence of one bad choice. As a business owner, she discovered that the saying “keep it small and keep it all” might also lead to “the new poverty of self-sufficiency.” In other The post The New Poverty of Self-Sufficiency with Miranda McCroskey appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Karina Christensen – The Company You Keep
    Karina Christensen – The Company You Keep
    Duração: 37min | 14/08/2017

    Before embarking on a full-time real estate career, Karina Christensen was part of the personal flight team for American business guru Jack Welch and media proprietor Oprah Winfrey, having the opportunity to travel with them for many years around the world and cultivate within herself what it takes to partner with high-profile clientele successfully. As The post The Company You Keep with Karina Christensen appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Lisa Baptista – Your Role in a Transaction
    Lisa Baptista – Your Role in a Transaction
    Duração: 37min | 26/06/2017

    What she considered flaws are now valued assets — having embraced her Judge Personality, she has become keenly aware of the resource, value, and role she offers a transaction. Lisa Baptista is a senior faculty member at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, a leading chiropractic institution with an international reputation for excellence. Her extensive family originates from a The post Your Role in a Transaction with Lisa Baptista appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Bishop E. Bernard Jordan – The Measure of Faith
    Bishop E. Bernard Jordan – The Measure of Faith
    Duração: 38min | 12/06/2017

    New York Pastor E. Bernard Jordan measures his faith the same way we measure health, money, and career. He preaches that if it doesn't get practiced —  if it doesn't get measured — it doesn't get valued. His ultimate aim is for all people to know their value and recognize it as key to honoring others The post The Measure of Faith with Bishop E. Bernard Jordan appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Michael Dunn – Tripping on Analysis
    Michael Dunn – Tripping on Analysis
    Duração: 33min | 29/05/2017

    Michael Dunn in Wellington, NZ, is highly regarded for advising governments across all areas of public finance and economics — he helps build forecasting models for government revenues. Superbly analytical in his thinking and personality, he has learned (and is still learning) to develop his ability to navigate the general environments where extreme analytic prowess The post Tripping on Analysis with Michael Dunn appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Ross Clennett – Confronting My Financial Aims
    Ross Clennett – Confronting My Financial Aims
    Duração: 37min | 15/05/2017

    Ross Clennett has applied accurate and objective thinking to his financial plans and his business model to produce a robust and satisfying life. He's a high-performance recruitment coach in Melbourne, Australia, whose successful journey did not begin so well. However, you'll hear how he overcame the naïveté of his trajectory, fired his biggest client, and took the The post Confronting My Financial Aims with Ross Clennett appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • John James and Lauren Cato Robertson – Becoming Specialized
    John James and Lauren Cato Robertson – Becoming Specialized
    Duração: 43min | 01/05/2017

    John James and Lauren Cato Robertson are co-founders of the C-Section Recovery Center. They are massage therapists with a specialized practice that focuses on clients suffering from C-Section Recovery. Their assertion is that, in modern times, we often "interrupt the biological process" and don't account for the impact of that interruption to our children — The post Becoming Specialized with John James and Lauren Cato Robertson appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Joe McNerney – Yes, Being Critical is an Asset
    Joe McNerney – Yes, Being Critical is an Asset
    Duração: 48min | 17/04/2017

    Our featured interview is with an outstanding Chicago trial attorney who talks about his critical and analytical judgy-ness and how it has become a great asset. In this episode, Joe McNerney and Co-Founder John Patterson take the time to learn more about the Judge and Inventor personality and how personality, when understood, can help all The post Yes, Being Critical is an Asset with Joe McNerney appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Dr. Kyra Gaunt – Unintended Consequences
    Dr. Kyra Gaunt – Unintended Consequences
    Duração: 47min | 03/04/2017

    Dr. Kyra Gaunt conducts research on the unintended consequences of social media, often offering expert testimony on the subject and helping protect our future employability and reputation online and off. With a focus on marginalized groups, she's Professor of Ethnomusicology and Digital Media Studies at the University at Albany and one of the forty inaugural TED Fellows. The post Unintended Consequences with Dr. Kyra Gaunt appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Paul Adams – Sound Financial Competence
    Paul Adams – Sound Financial Competence
    Duração: 47min | 20/03/2017

    Paul Adams, of Sound Financial Group, offers an approach uncommon to the financial planning industry. Rather than offer traditional sales-based planning, his team of financial professionals provides a tailored coaching and educational approach to helping clients define and reach elite financial goals. You'll learn how he reinvented his business model after careful consideration of exactly The post Sound Financial Competence with Paul Adams appeared first on Influence Ecology.

  • Brandon Hollembeak – Beware the Shortcut
    Brandon Hollembeak – Beware the Shortcut
    Duração: 46min | 06/03/2017

    Brandon Hollembeak warns of following the herd's shortcuts. He's a tech product manager who works with startups to help them drive data-driven decisions as they begin to become scalable. His competency for accurate thinking has helped him sift through the short-cut culture popular in the current marketplace. Having assisted in the success of two well-known The post Beware the Shortcut with Brandon Hollembeak appeared first on Influence Ecology.

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