In this video, Lisa and Elizabeth share the language tools to get immediate action and long-term buy in for your ideas.
- When was the last time you felt inspired?…And what made you feel that way?…It was probably related to an intense level…of emotion and there's a science behind that.…Neuroscientist Paul Zak researched…the physiological impact of emotional stories.…He measure the blood of participants…before and after he told them either…a emotional story or a flat narrative.…Both with the aim to get the participants to donate money.…Now the flat narrative did not increase oxytocin…and participants did not report any empathy…for the story's characters.…
Those who were subject to the emotive story…were willing to give 56% more money…to the later revealed, made up causes in the story.…He concluded that the emotionally engaging narratives…inspire post-narrative action.…So what we can learn from Dr. Zak's experiments?…If you want people to act, you have to make them feel.…Now you can make people fear you.…And they'll act in the short term.…But as an informal leader, you want…to develop a more sustainable approach.…
You want people to be inspired to help you,…
- Name three ways that you can add value to a meeting.
- Recognize the benefits of including emotional impact in your stories.
- Explain how developing a team mindset can increase efficiency and productivity.
- Identify an easy way to reinforce expectations.
- Determine when it is necessary to tell your boss about a mistake made by a peer.
- Recall the most important benefit of punctuality.