23 2016 u Jurys Inn Prague ve městě Prague.
“The purpose of foreign policy is to influence the politics and actions of other nations in a way that serves your interests and values. The tools available include everything from kind words to cruise missiles.”- Madeleine Allbright
At the first fall breakfast for this series, entitled “The Power of Influence” we will review the various techniques of influence across time, from Aristotle to Robert Cialdini, and explore their validity.
At its core, influence is the art of getting things done through others. It can be as complex as forming an alliance of nations to try to influence a rogue country’s leadership to change its policies or as simple as a child smiling and extending his hand in an offer of friendship. Every time we try to affect how other people think, behave, or decide, we are aiming to influence them.
Each breakfast in the series is facilitated by Karin Genton-L’Epée, who encourages participants to enjoy a stimulating discussion with peers and professionals, by providing them with new insights into the topic at hand.