Interview with Dr. Rick Kirschner about Dealing with People You Can’t Stand is now available on BAM Radio with Holly Alissa Bruno, and on iTunes. The target audience for the show is educators and educational administrators. but the information will be useful for anyone.
New Year’s Greeting from Dr. K’s Blog. Wishing you and yours a happy, healthy and prosperous new year. In spite of appearances, 2009 is filled with opportunities for persuasion and positive change.
Jack Ebling, host of “Ebling and You” and co-host of “Jack and Tom” on WILS, is a broadcaster and writer who has covered high school, college, and pro sports for nearly 30 years. He has been named Michigan Sportswriter of the Year three times and was inducted into the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame…
Rick Barber’s late night show is on News/Sports Radio 850 KOA in Denver, Colorado. Check out his show archive and you’ll find a treasure trove of the interesting, unusual and astonishing. The show spans the late night/early morning hours, and is about whatever he finds interesting. Look at his guest list, and you’ll see that he finds just about everything to be interesting!
I did a fun 40+ minute interview with him about persuasion in the presidential campaign at 1:00 am my time, 2:00 am his time. You can listen to it here.
“Thursday, August 21st 2am: An analysis of the speaking styles of Barack Obama and John McCain with Dr. Rick Kirschner, author of the Insider’s Guide to the Art of Persuasion.”
Perfecting your communication skills prior to presenting a persuasion proposition—delivering a successful transition—has been my recent theme.Here are the previous posts in the series: Types of Transitions: 1) Asking for permission here 2) ‘Claim the bridge’ and ‘One Step at a time’,here 3) Thought provoking statements here. 4) Ask for a ‘yes” here The theme…