Gail Rudolph has spent years as an executive, maneuvering the power dynamics that happen in all interpersonal and business interactions. As the USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-selling author of Power Up Power Down, she’s the go-to expert on harnessing interpersonal power and creating win/win outcomes.
In this episode, Gail and I dive into some of the key distinctions between coaching and consulting and the ways that “motivation” can be so much different than “inspiration” – especially when it comes to taking action.
We also talk about her Generational Awareness Program (GAP) and how, using the DISC assessment as a foundation, she explores the different ways that certain traits and characteristics manifest across the generations.
We even get into some of her work with famous author and thinker Robert Cialdini, and how “persuasion” isn’t about selling someone something they don’t want, but discovering and providing what they DO want.
Clearly, we cover a TON of ground for such a short podcast! 🙂
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