Hidden Behavioral Cues That Boost or Bust Credibility
May 17 @ 1:45 pm - 2:30 pm
Your in-person and online actions are never neutral. Those who emanate warmth, competence and a mutuality mindset attitude (how can we accomplish something greater together) are most likely to be trusted as leader, allies and collaborators. From a former NBC and WSJ journalist, who has spent the past decade translating behavioral research into ways to become more deeply connected and widely quoted. Learn 20 actionable insights to boost your community and personal value and visibility. From the angle at which you face others to the shape of the room and the sound of your voice, you emanate a presence that is never neutral. With advances in ways to study behavior we have discovered over 50 largely hidden behavior and contextual cues that affect how others feel about you. Kare has spent the past decade translating research into ways to become more likable, trusted, widely-quoted and sought-after.
- Discover how to bring out others’ better side sooner so they see and support yours
- Practice four ways to communicate to connect and spur others’ bragging rights in retelling your ideas
- Become the glue that holds diverse groups together so you accomplish more, become indispensable and attract more opportunities
Kare Anderson, Speaker, Mutuality Matters, Emmy winner, Author
Kare Anderson is an Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter, now connective behavior and quotability speaker, author and columnist for Forbes.
Anderson’s TED talk on The Web of Humanity: Be an Opportunity Maker has attracted over 2.2 million views. Her clients are as diverse as Salesforce, Novartis, and The Skoll Foundation. She was a founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown, co-founder of nine political PACs, and author of Mutuality Matters, Moving From Me to We, Getting What You Want, and Resolving Conflict Sooner.
Anderson serves on the advisory boards of The Business Innovation Factory, Gloopt, TEDxMarin and World Affairs Council Marin.