• Jul 15, 2017 4:00 pm
  • 45:58 mins

Nicole Dahmen, Ph.D.,  an associate professor of journalism at the University of Oregon. They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  But does a picture have the power to change the world?  Pictures have been the main staple in media and the most memorable ones are easy to recall: the crying napalm girl, the falling man jumping off the World Trade Center, and most recently the young Syrian refugee who washed up on the shores of Turkey. How much power do these images actually wield?  Nicole Dahmen talks about the power of an image.

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Why Using Logic Alone To Persuade Others Will Fail Most Of The Time

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James Sudakow is the principal and founder of CH Consulting – a boutique consulting firm specializing in organizational transformation and talent management strategies – where he has led engagements with clients ranging from small, entrepreneurial start-ups to Blue Chip Fortune 100 organizations across various industries including healthcare, medical device, technology, finance, and entertainment. No matter your education, job, or in your community, you need to be able to persuade and influence people. Those that do it really well do so in a way that maintains and even builds solid relationships. These are vital not only to help us succeed in our work lives but in our personal lives as well. In his new book “Picking the Low-Hanging Fruit…and Other Stupid Stuff We Say in the Corporate World” James Sudacow gives us some advice on how to succeed in our jobs and lives.

James Sudakow is the principal and founder of CH Consulting – a boutique consulting firm specializing in organizational transformation and talent management strategies – where he has led engagements with clients ranging from small, entrepreneurial start-ups to Blue Chip Fortune 100 organizations across various industries including healthcare, medical device, technology, finance, and entertainment. No matter your education, job, or in your community, you need to be able to persuade and influence people. Those that do it really well do so in a way that maintains and even builds solid relationships. These are vital not only to help us succeed in our work lives but in our personal lives as well. In his new book “Picking the Low-Hanging Fruit…and Other Stupid Stuff We Say in the Corporate World” James Sudacow gives us some advice on how to succeed in our jobs and lives.