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In today’s episode, we’ll hear some clips from our recent mid-year conference. As we teach it, there are four vital components to consider when constructing the environments (or transactions) that do some heavy lifting for us. These elements are ideas, narratives, objects, and standards. Some transactional behavior archetypes are better suited to provide one of these elements than others. The conference included over 40 subject matter experts who addressed how they amplify their influence in transactions.
Hear about the role of the Producer and the processes, practices, objects, and consistency required in any transaction. Why are human beings so object-oriented? We build houses, buy stuff, and make things. While other animals may build nests or gather trinkets, we humans can imagine and build objects never found in nature. Why is that? What would happen if we stopped making objects?Today we’ll hear from some of the top Producers within our ecology, and we invite you to listen to this episode from two different angles – you either are a Producer or involved in exchanges with them. As you listen, what can you learn about yourself? What can you learn about transacting with others? Here’s are some Producer Personality clips:
It should be noted that all of the clips included from this episode were from the Influence Ecology Mid-Year Conference 2020. We’ve done our best to make this an evergreen piece of content, however, as you listen please be aware that sometimes you’ll hear the speakers reference their slides, other speakers, and talks from the conference. This particular conference took place on the Influence Ecology Virtual Campus and you may notice some message notification sounds and/or miscellaneous keyword clicks.
You’ll also see links at the bottom of this post where you can find more information on the people and ideas mentioned in the episode.
by John Patterson
Produced by: John Patterson & Tyson Crandall
The Influence Ecology Podcast is produced by Influence Ecology, LLC in Ventura, California. This episode was was produced by Tyson Crandall and John Patterson. You can find a transcript for this and other episodes at InfluenceEcology.com. This episode is made possible through the assistance of the Influence Ecology Faculty, Staff, Mentors, and Students around the world. Co-founder Kirkland Tibbels and our colleagues comprise an international collective of professionals who are active in the development of the philosophy of Transactionalism and the discipline of transactional competence. Kirkland is considered a leading philosopher and authority in the field and he has authored more than 500 papers on the subject, study, and discipline.
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Influence Ecology Program Leader
Senior Consultant at Avande Australia
Enterprise Agile Transformation Leader, at Western Digital
People and HR Management Systems Consultant, at Stover Consulting
Director of Marketing Services, at Nutrislice, Inc.
Dr. Khush Cooper
Adjunct Professor, at UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Legacy Consultant, at Living Legacies
Managing Director, at Sterling & Currency Pty Ltd
Influence Ecology is the leading business education specializing in Transactional Competence, having published and contributed to the only comprehensive text on the subject, Transactionalism: An Historical and Interpretive Study by Trevor J. Phillips. Co-Founder Kirkland Tibbels has authored more than 500 papers on the subject, study, and discipline of transactional competence and is a sought-after lecturer at universities, major corporations, and civic organizations around the world.
Influence Ecology’s curriculum includes conferences, webinars, online tools, podcasts, and mentorship utilized by men and women in over seventy countries around the world. Our membership includes an international assembly of accomplished professionals, faculty, and peers from a variety of countries, industries, and cultures.
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