Influence, New and Expanded: The Psychology of Persuasion Free Audiobook Download by Robert B. Cialdini
The goal of this audiobook is to broaden the understanding of manipulation in social interactions and make people more aware of how and when it occurs. Cialdini discusses six principles that explain what influences us most, how persuasion strategies can be used to influence others, how to avoid being manipulated, why certain types of tactics are more effective than others, and what the consequences of these tactics may be. In addition, the author provides examples of public figures who have been influenced by persuasion tactics
Robert B. Cialdini's book is a new and expanded edition of the classic influence, 'Influence'. The book has been updated with new material on the latest research in social psychology, including behavioural economics, the science of forgiveness and revenge, power posing, the bystander effect and more.
Robert B. Cialdini tackles the psychology of persuasion, using real-life examples and sharing his insights on how to influence people by using social proof and reciprocity. He breaks down the research in a way that's easy to understand, and teaches you how to use these principles to become more persuasive, as well as be more persuasive yourself.
Many people are familiar with Robert Cialdini's classic book, Influence. This new and expanded edition of Influence contains all that made the original publication great and introduces readers to numerous new concepts, such as scarcity, reciprocity, and compliance as well as previously unexplored topics like competitiveness and fairness.
To be influential, you need to understand the psychology of persuasion. This audiobook will teach you more about how to persuade others and what makes people want to follow your lead.
|Duration||20 hours 43 minutes|
|Author||Robert B. Cialdini|
|Narrated||Robert B. Cialdini|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||Health & Wellness|
|Parent Category||Self Development, Career Development, Marketing & Advertising|