Nov
07
20:30

The Unexpected Formula To Lasting Influence

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Shiran Azoulay Rubinstein
Speaker Coach @ Vayomar
Senior advisor in the department of education and business of Vayomar. Shiran began her career in communications at the age of 14.5, when she began broadcasting on the radio "Voice of the Red Sea" in Eilat. At the age of 21, she was the main produce. During her degree, she took an active part in the Student Union and served as the Association's spokesperson. Her love of rhetoric led her to "Vayomar", believing that knowledge of rhetoric and awareness of the power of interpersonal communication would lead to a better society.
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Shiran Azoulay Rubinstein
Every interaction with another person where we seek to influence their thinking and behaviour includes many “choice points” where we need to choose between instant gratification or lasting impact. 99% of the time you can’t have both. Most likely you’ll choose instant gratification… In this talk, I will present the "Persuasion Equation" - a dynamic that must be maintained to increase your ability to get people to accept your points of view and enjoy doing so. We’ll discuss the importance of delaying gratification, how it will help you influence people and the “gratification traps” you need to avoid for the best results. This Jolt is based on the amazing book, 'You're Not Moving Slow Enough' by Ariel Halevi, the Co-Founder of Vayomar: https://amzn.to/2lTVpEb

Questions this talk answers:

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How Can Improve My Persuasion Skills?

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How Can I Increase My Influence When I Lack Authority?

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Shiran Azoulay Rubinstein

Speaker Coach @ Vayomar

About
Shiran
Senior advisor in the department of education and business of Vayomar. Shiran began her career in communications at the age of 14.5, when she began broadcasting on the radio "Voice of the Red Sea" in Eilat. At the age of 21, she was the main produce. During her degree, she took an active part in the Student Union and served as the Association's spokesperson. Her love of rhetoric led her to "Vayomar", believing that knowledge of rhetoric and awareness of the power of interpersonal communication would lead to a better society.

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