By NG YIN LU
Persuasion, the attempt to change one’s attitude via the use of different kinds of messages, occurs at all levels of society. To get others to say “yes”, Robert B. Cialdini, a well-known social psychologist, suggested six strategies.
By KOH EARN SOO and TEAM
Credibility is the foundation of leadership because people have to believe in their leaders before they willingly follow them. Koh Earn Soo and team explore fundamentals of leadership credibility.
By CHRISTOPHER MOORE
The great appeal of superheroes is their larger-than-life presence, the way they seem equipped to handle any situation. Humanly speaking, what are some of these "super powers" that can lead us to success?
By JACK CHUA,
Long-time researchers of leadership credibility, Barry Posner and Jim Kouzes wrote, “If you don’t believe in the messenger, you won’t believe the message.” They called this the First Law of Leadership.
By ZARA JAYNE,
The ability to grab one’s attention is an art, we all need to learn and exercise in life. Credibility is important. The more credible you are, the more others are willing to listen to you. The question is, how can people project credibility?