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by Robert L. Dilenschneider

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  • ISBN 0071489762
  • ISBN13 978-0071489768
  • Language English
  • Author Robert L. Dilenschneider
  • Publisher McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (July 26, 2007)
  • Pages 224
  • Formats azw mobi txt lit
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Management and Leadership
  • Size ePub 1346 kb
  • Size Fb2 1154 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 825

Your future is at risk. All the old rules of power and influence have changed.

To succeed you need to understand and embrace the new rules.

Technology and the era of globalization have revolutionized the ways to build, keep, and assure success. To cope with these changes, adapt, and accomplish your goals, you not only must gain power, but apply it with wisdom.

In Power and Influence: The Rules Have Changed, master power broker and communications maestro Robert Dilenschneider arms you with the intellectual, technical, and moral weapons-the power tools that you need to get ahead and stay ahead in this increasingly competitive world. He reveals how by acquiring the power and influence you seek and wielding it in a techno-savvy, ethical manner, you can not only advance your personal interests, but also shape a more prosperous future for society at large.

Drawing upon the lessons he learned from his own adaptation to the digital age as well as knowledge gleaned from 1,000 drivers of change in all fields of business, Dilenschneider distills this hard-won experience into ten universal principles for success in a technology-driven volatile economy.

This book also includes anecdotes and insights that further illustrate ways you can acquire and amplify your power. You'll read about well-known visionaries the author has encountered during his illustrious career, as well as everyday people, whose prior know-how and good sense enabled them to succeed.

Most people don't understand power, let alone how to use it effectively. Reading Power and Influence: The Rules Have Changed will ensure that you live up to your professional potential, meet the demands of today's warp-speed world, and achieve personal happiness.


All the old rules of power and influence have changed. If you are already aware of these 'new rules,' then you can skip this book.

All the old rules of power and influence have changed. To succeed you need to understand and embrace the new rules. Technology and the era of globalization have revolutionized the ways to build. Dilenschneider is widely published, having authored eight seminal books on business theory, including the bestsellers Power and Influence and On Power. Technology and the era of globalization have revolutionized the ways to build, keep, and assure success.

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All the old rules of power and influence have changed

All the old rules of power and influence have changed. An internationally recognized communication authority and leadership counselor, Robert L. Dilenschneider is the founder and CEO of The Dilenschneider Group, and therefor brings a very special expertise to "Power And Influence: The Rules Have Changed". Many of the traditional ways of doing business in a pre-internet world have become obsolete with the coming of globalization and only those businesses that can adapt to these changes will survive and prosper.

Robert L. Dilenschneider gives readers an immediately applicable guide to increasing their influence over others. Not a management handbook per se, this book instead focuses on general principles of human interaction, social awareness, cultural positioning, perspective and strategy. That said, even though Dilenschneider claims in his subtitle that the rules have changed, many of his rules sound somewhat old-fashioned. Dilenschneider's "Power and Influence" is one of them. Dilenschneider, yet another successful executive on the book rack of achievement (he runs a powerful public-relations firm), illustrates the concept in prose that is surprisingly engaging, with pointed anecdotes that reveal the depth of his experience and, most of all, with some serious measure of heart. This book also includes anecdotes and insights that further illustrate ways you can acquire and amplify your power

All the old rules of power and influence have changed. To cope with these changes, adapt, and accomplish your goals, you not only must gain power, but apply it with wisdom. This book also includes anecdotes and insights that further illustrate ways you can acquire and amplify your power. You'll read about well-known visionaries the author has encountered during his illustrious career, as well as everyday people, whose prior know-how and good sense enabled them to succeed. Dilenschneider formed The Dilenschneider Group in October, 1991. Power and Influence: The Rules Have Changed, and most recently The AMA Handbook of Public Relations. Headquartered in New York and Chicago, the Firm provides strategic advice and counsel to Fortune 500 companies and leading families and individuals around the world, with experience in fields ranging from mergers and acquisitions and crisis communications to marketing, government affairs and international media. His new book, Decisions, will be published by Kensington Press in Fall 2018.

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Debeme
Dilenschneider's advice is based upon his personal experience of interacting with people in positions of power and authority rather than research he personally conducted in the field. The book reads like a conversation you might have with Dilenschneider discussing all sorts of people and subjects in a interactive style.

The author wisely does a lot of namedropping further increasing his power and influence while providing living examples of people illustrating his points. Nearly anyone could benefit from applying a few of his principles though the book reads with more of an intuitive sense of just knowing and learning things from interacting with people of high power and authority.

For those blessed with natural intuition, they will read the book and most likely say, "yeah, I know exactly what you mean there." Others with less perception and intuition will see the statements and examples and say, "I sure wish he would say more about that."
Naktilar
Rather Monday not a lot of new information. His first book was much much much better. A lot of meaty issues in the first book
Burisi
Great book. It's a must it
Perilanim
A great book to remind us of the strength in proper communication. A gift for anyone
Ndyardin
The rules have changed? The author introduces cell phones and email to the audience. If you are already aware of these 'new rules,' then you can skip this book. The author is a name-dropping blowhard; and the writing is dull, patronizing, and offers little substance.

Save your money for a work by someone who has actually achieved, and actually has some original ideas to share with you. On a bright note, this book is evidence that if material like this can get published, maybe I can get my old biology papers marketed.
Hanad
One of the best business books of the year! In fact it is something we can all live by in our daily lives. Its lessons are universal. Dilenschneider has a keen eye for the present and the future, but never forgets the lessons of history. Following the rules in this book shows how ordinary people can do extraordinary things. This is a book not just for executives, but guides those with a good moral compass through the pitfalls that lie ahead; allowing everyone the opportunity to become influential! A powerful notion indeed! JRC
Nagis
This book is thoroughly inspirational and spot on. Totally accessible for all ages. A good read for anyone wanting to improve and progress their business career.
If you have ever wished that you could sit down for dinner with a star from the business world and pick their brain, then you will thoroughly enjoy Robert Dilenschneider's latest book. For less money and less time than a dinner in NYC, readers will get the benefit of the accumulated wisdom of someone who has been a very successful businessman and has worked side-by-side with many of the captains of the business world.

This is a quick read book due to its length and the conversational tone in which the author converses as if over dinner. Although organized around some key principles, I believe the strength of the book is not some rigorous analytical framework but instead some key points that the author succinctly makes and that are powerful takeaways. Specifically,

Dilenschneider's book is a "must read" for anyone finding themselves experiencing a fall from power - an experience the author correctly notes is more likely than ever to happen because of the propensity for rapid turnover of executives. The author experienced such a fall and is rightly proud of the fact that he bounced back (although one senses some still lingering resentment over that episode).

The book is also a must read for aging executives who may be "fighting" change, rather than embracing it as Dilenschneider so strongly urges.

It should be a must read for the many for whom courtesy, personal respect, and the like have become such an anathema. But, I doubt it will be read by this group for the books message will likely not resonate well with those pursuing a life focused exclusively on instant personal gratification.

The greatest value in the book lies in the authors appeal that those with power use it for constructive purposes. Amen! As such, this is a perfect companion book to Robert Green's excellent analysis of the sources of power in his fine book, The 48 Laws of Power.

I wish I could be more optimistic that the world Dilenschneider advocates was closer to being at hand. A world where change is embraced but "old fashioned" values continue to be the norm. The author has done his part to appeal for such a world. The challenge is for more of us to do our part.