Persuasion is defined as "the act of causing people to do or believe something".
That's one useful skill.
A skill like this can help in numerous areas, like when dealing with a difficult colleague, or trying to convince people you are right.
However, modern education doesn't focus on how to get our point across effectively, or persuade people. Modern education is anything but modern, it really hasn't changed since the 1900's.
To fill this glaring gap, we've asked psychology expert Stanislav Galik, who's written a book on this topic, to lecture on what he thinks is most important to be persuasive.
This course will teach you the three tenets of persuasion, and give you practical examples of how it can be applied.
How to be Persuasive will help you in the social aspects of life, and take you to the next level.
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Stan is listed as part of the 30 under 30 by Forbes magazine in the Czech Republic. He established the luxurious brand Galard which he successfully sold in 2013. Now, he runs the socially beneficial project UNIFER, which is revolutionizing education as we know it. Besides his business activities, he teaches Social Psychology at universities in Prague and Brno in the Czech Republic. He wrote a book called The Psychology of Persuasion and he is the president of the Central European Neuromarketing Association.