http://www.influenceatwork.com This animated video describes the six universal Principles of Persuasion that have been scientifically proven to make you most effective as reported in Dr. Cialdini’s groundbreaking book, Influence. This video is narrated by Dr. Robert Cialdini and Steve Martin, CMCT (co-author of YES & The Small Big).
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Dr. Robert Cialdini, Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Marketing, Arizona State University has spent his entire career researching the science of influence earning him a worldwide reputation as an expert in the fields of persuasion, compliance, and negotiation.
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What is your favorite or most used principle of persuasion? How has it helped you out in your personal or professional life?
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What is your favorite or most used principle of persuasion?
I use a combination of these instinctively so picking one is difficult. In my view they work in unison, not isolation. To answer the question, I'll pick scarcity.
How has it helped you out in your personal or professional life?
I use some of these daily at work instinctively. I didn't realise they were proven to be effective, I have just learnt to do them by observing what is effective through 30 years of work. Scarcity works for me because I sell a niche product that provides my customers with a clear competitive advantage. This product requires training and an investment of time which means it is not available to just anyone with a few $$.
Reciprocity: mints is a bad example, how do we know the mints or "gifts" were the cause of the increase tip? Was there a control group? Also how do we know the servers who used mints weren't just better at their job?
I believe it works but I just feel like that's a shitty example.
1. Reciprocity. We are obliged to give if we have been given something.
2. Scarcity. If it's scarce, we want it more. Use this by highlighting the Benefits, Uniqueness and Possible Loss.
3. Authority. We are more likely to comply with a request if it is coming from a perceived authority/expert.
4. Consistency. We want to be consistent with our past commitments, even if the initial commitment is much smaller.
5. Liking. We like people who are similar, who give us compliments and who co-operate with us.
6. Consensus. If others (especially similar others) are doing it, then we are more likely to do it ourselves.
i want to understand that the small card in the bathroom means that the guest dont use the hotel towels?
i want to understand what he means when he say reuse ? or she meant that should the guest clean it after use ?
please tell me about the meaning ????
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People are more persuasive if you present it with ethical arguments
Obligation to give when you recieve. Gift personalised (for you extra) and unexpected
2. Scarcity, people want more of where is less from. Tell benefits + what's unique, what they stand to lose
3. Authorithy, people follow credible, knowledgeable experts (display uniform, diploma), let the receptionist tell the customer first about the credentials of the "salesman"
4. Consistency, asking/looking for small volumtary, active, public commitments that can be made, before asking a bigger commitment. Asking the patient to write down the apointment on the card in stead of the doctor (helps 18%).
5. Liking of the asking person, we like people who are simular to us, give us genian conpliments, are cooperative to mutal goals
6. Concesus, point to what others are already doing
Very Fascinating! Thank you so much for sharing this informative and beneficial video that can be used in pretty much any business setting whether it be a restaurant, hotel, gas station, or even an online store.
I however am now going to be consciously noticing when businesses are trying to persuade me, which may have the opposite effect of me paying more, but nonetheless it was still a great video! ^_^
I don't find scarcity to be ethical, it's actually unethical. Pyramid schemes use this business model and so do people trying to sell you random products, it could be a shirt online at 60% off for a limited time or a car cleaner which cleans any part of your car for $200 but for today only it's $60.
That kind of business relies on people to impulse buy and isn't ethical in the slightest.
I have had several friends come to me with "business opportunities" aka pyramid schemes trying to tell me they're giving me this opportunity because I'm a good friend and they wanted to give me this opportunity. They all the say the same thing, how great it is but being very vague to any questions concerning their business.
The scarcity is that you they're giving you the opportunity and you won't have it later on. I always try to let them down gently by saying I can't afford it when I easily can and their response is always the same, you need to spend money to make money.
That is an absolute mad and awesome whiteboard - the graphic artist involved is the best I have seen. Thank you. He/She has nailed it and has clearly shown through the scribes the whole 6 points discussed in your conversation.
Thank you for posting this! I might link your video at my page! to spread your word! Another way to Influence is using subtle gesture and pheromones, more tools to the list https://abundance7.com/sneaky-attraction-tricks/
This video is why so many people are stupid. Idiots simply accepting an idea because the persuader claims "scientific research shows....." How many people were tested? How many times was the test given? Were the circumstances different for different tests? People should look deeper into what others claim as scientifically proven. Dumb video
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Great video. I wish the others were like it or similar. This channel has great potential, but its influence is limited by poorly designed videos. Not might _persuasion_ going on with the titles of the other videos.
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