How to Cultivate Your Influence and Build Powerful Connections with Jon Levy | Partnering Leadership Global Thought Leader

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In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Jon Levy, behavioral scientist and author of the book You're Invited: The Art and Science of Cultivating Influence. Jon Levy shares how we can build stronger and more trusting relationships and how leaders can use the science of connection to increase team trust and engagement.

Some highlights:

-Jon Levy's interest in building community and relationships

-Jon Levy talks about culture and psychological safety as essential keys to increasing connection in organizations.

-Leading with Benevolence

-Vulnerability loops as a way to build trust

-Jon Levy's Influencer Dinners and the science behind attracting Noble Prize winners, Olympic athletes, business leaders, artists, and royalty.

-The Ikea Effect and how to use it to build trust and greater connection.

-The mere exposure effect and its role in team collaboration.

Also mentioned in this episode:

-Kent Grayson, associate professor at Kellogg School and the faculty director of The Trust Project

Books by Jon Levy:

You're Invited: The Art and Science of Cultivating Influence by Jon Levy

Book Recommendations:
Thinking Fast and Slow by Dan Kahneman

Predictably Irrational by Dr. Dan Ariely

Dare to Lead by Brene Brown

Dream Team by Shane Snow

Connect with Jon Levy:

Jon Levy Official Website

Jon Levy on LinkedIn

Jon Levy on Instagram

Jon Levy on Facebook

Jon Levy on Twitter

Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:

MahanTavakoli.com

More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website:

PartneringLeadership.com

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