Many people believe that being able to convince others is just a luck, magic or some inborn charisma or a unique talent. We get upset when we loose yet another argument or are unable to persuade our customers or colleagues, not to mention our friends or family members. And we get even more frustrated when after another purchase we understand that we have just been caught on a psycho-marketing trick by a sales rep or an advertisement.
Scientists have studied the Psychology of Persuasion for many years and, having done a great deal of experiments and research, they have proved that there are certain techniques and strategies based on the understanding of a human nature, that anyone can use to enhance their persuasion skills.
In this short course, you are going to learn the fundamental principles of the psychology of persuasion as well as the strategies of how to deal with stubborn people which is a comprehensive psychology on its own. The course includes basic theory as well as practical day-to-day examples.
I'm an MA graduate with degrees in International Relations and World Economy. Learning foreign languages, travelling and working in cosmopolitan environments has always been indispensable part of my life.
My work experience includes working on challenging projects for government and private sectors (security products, banking, investment) across 5 continents, including Africa, Middle East, South-East Asia and Americas, and internship at the UN Office in Geneva, Switzerland.
I'm totally passionate about psychology, craftsmanship, motivation, skills, and languages - I speak English, Russian, French, Turkish and little Arabic, I also started learning Hungarian a while ago:). I'm keen on reading, sports, football, and playing the guitar.
I'm always eager to learn new skills and strive for new knowledge.