Two thousand and fifteen was a great year at the Keller Influence Institute. We created the Keller Influence Indicator® Partner Program, provided a complimentary trial version of the KII® and launched our redesigned website.

We also enjoyed a dramatic increase in our readership. Our articles are designed not only to help you increase your influence potential, but also include practical action steps to help you grow as a leader and influencer. The articles listed below resonated most with our readers.

The Ten Most Read Articles on of 2015

The Visionary Leader: Getting Beyond Control and Hyper-Focus

Questions Servant Leaders Ask

Eleven Influence Tactics and How to Excel at Each

Four Ways to Develop Charisma and Your Influence Potential

Eight Rules to Catch the Attention of your Next Client

Four Ways to Lead Through Failure

Raise Up Leaders by Increasing Their Decision Space

How to Influence Through Reward and Affirmation

Time Magazine’s XQ is really Potential Quotient (PQ) and How to Measure Yours

Speak So Others Will Listen and Listen So Others Will Speak

I want 2016 to be a breakthrough year for you in all senses. Let’s work together to make this a year of:

  • phenomenal sales for your business.
  • recruiting the best MBA candidates for your graduate program.
  • acceptance into a prestigious graduate school.
  • promotion and increased income.
  • dramatic growth of your influence and leadership abilities.
  • better communication with your team.
  • and a healthy personal life!

Take some time to review these valuable articles, get a benchmark of your current Influence Indicator Score, and let’s get to work on expanding your influence in 2016.

If there is any way I can be of service to you or your organization, please do not hesitate to let me know


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From regional manager to international executive with quadruple the pay, Karen Keller’s unique blueprint carefully outlined the step-by-step process for creating high-impact influence and let me know when I was being influenced in a way that didn’t serve me.
Lloyd Moore
Global Director Supplier Quality & Development - Lear Corporation – South Carolina