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The leadership ladder
The five levels include:
Position - People follow because they have to.
Permission - People follow because they want to.
Production - People follow because of what you have done for the organization.
Person Development - People follow because of what you have done for them personally.
Pinnacle - People follow because of who you are and what you represent.
Through in-depth explanations and examples, Maxwell will describe each stage and show readers how they can move to the next level to become more influential, respected, and successful leader.
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Using Science of Persuasion as competitive advantage –animated video
(visit -20,000 plus CEOs, senior leaders, HR Heads and Management Professionals are regular users)
Robert Cialdini, professor emeritus of psychology and marketing at Arizona State University and the author of Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion explains the Science of Persuasion in this animated video
These principles are now a competitive advantage, and more companies are starting to hire people who can use these principles of persuasion.
These Principles many companies and individuals use —consciously or not—that behavioral science has shown are effective, whether in making a sale, gaining cooperation or consensus, or coaxing charitable donations
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He started his business with $20,000 that his wife and friend helped him raise. He is the first mainland Chinese entrepreneur to appear on the cover of Forbes. He is the richest man in China and 18th richest man in the world with an estimated net worth of $29.7 billion.
He's Jack Ma, founder of, and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success. - VIEW At

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Insightful video on strike a balance between perfecting what we know & exploring new ideas.
The ability to innovate after becoming successful is the mark of a great organization.
Sharing insights on how to strike a balance between perfecting what we already know and exploring totally new ideas — and lays out how to avoid two major strategy traps.
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