"The KII® is the Fitbit of Influence"

~ Mary Foley – Former AOL Head of Corporate Training
Dr. Karen Keller, Influence Expert

Unleash Your Graduate Students’ Influence Potential

Influence: What's the Missing Piece?

Dr. Keller just released a new book – Influence: What’s the Missing Piece – that closes the gap between having influence and BEING INFLUENTIAL. She outlines the process and practical steps that companies and employees can take to develop the partnership necessary for lasting success. Dr. Keller gives the straight up truth on the power of influence and how you can expand your impact on others and your entire environment. Find out what’s holding you back from getting the most in the areas of your life that matter the most.

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Influence creates an internal shift in a person’s mindset. Internal commitment is gained independent of external consequences. The world’s most influential people don’t merely change other’s behavior; they shift their mindsets. YOU can be an influencer. In fact, you already are. AND you can grow your ability to become even more influential once you identify and understand your potential to be influential. That's where the Keller Influence Indicator® (KII®) comes in.

"The KII® is the Fitbit® of Influence."
Mary Foley
AOL former Head of Corporate Training

For the first time ever, you can have a benchmark of your ability to influence others.

The Keller Influence Indicator® provides you a clear measure of the influence you possess. Use this knowledge to grow your influence abilities for long-term success. We provide you the research-based testing and resources to track and expand your influence. Improving your influence is the #1 action you can take to better your life and experience more success.

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