Women and The Ethics of Influence. Sharing Knowledge Creating Lasting Relationships Influencing Without Authority. NORTH CAROLINA . JUVENILE SERVICES ASSOCIATION 2013 Fall Conference. Presented by: Betty A. Brown Division of Adult Correction, Prisons Chaplaincy Services Director.
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Sharing KnowledgeCreating Lasting Relationships Influencing Without Authority
JUVENILE SERVICES ASSOCIATION
2013 Fall Conference
Presented by: Betty A. Brown
Division of Adult Correction, Prisons
Chaplaincy Services Director
I Told You
I Was RIGHT!
Who died maintaining
his right of way-
He was right, dead right,
as he sped along,
But he’s just as dead as if he were wrong.”
Which would you rather have: an academic, theatrical victory or a person’s good will?
I Told You
I Was RIGHT!
Did you ever stop to think about that? Yes, just one way. And that is by making the other person want to do it.
Remember, there is no other way.”
How to Win Friends and Influence People
List top 5 persons in history who may have had significant influence on others.
- Oscar Wilde
Turns focus to rights
Add value to one person
Look to past accomplishments
Often evoke jealousy in others
Can only get you in the door
Keeps the focus on responsibilities
Adds value to many people
Builds a legacy for the future
Generates respect and integrity
Keeps you there
“You can be a model to the masses, but to go to the higher levels of influence, you have to work with individuals.”
Giving a Sense of Security
Sense of Belonging
A Feeling of Significance
“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing—that’s why we recommend it daily.”
- Zig Ziglar
“If you lead many people or have a high-profile position, you have a greater responsibility because of your increased influence. What you say-and, more important, what you do-is a model for those who follow you. Their Actions will reflect your influence.”
-Becoming a Person of Influence
Chaplain Betty Brown
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