Truly influential people do not influence others based on power or on a title. Rather, they influence others by taking the time to understand the needs of others. While there are those people who seem to have a natural ability of charm, there are ways in which you can develop the art of influencing others. Highly influential people practice the art daily, and according to Travis Bradberry typically exude certain traits and habits. The following article outlines nine habits of influential people that you can begin working into your daily interactions.
Becca joined Aureus Group Healthcare Leadership in September 2013 and has more than 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry. With experience on the provider, payer, and insurance broker sides of healthcare, she possesses the operational, clinical, and regulatory knowledge necessary to adequately assess and screen candidates. As a recruiter, Becca focuses on healthcare administration searches across the United States with a priority focus in the Midwest. Becca graduated from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC with a bachelor’s degree in exercise sport science. She also earned a Master of Healthcare Administration as well as an MBA from the University of Maryland University College in Adelphi, MD.