Are you wanting to improve your ability to make a great instant connection with people every time? Are you wanting to take the guesswork out of building winning and willing relationships with humans on the planet?
- Dr. Nashater Deu Solheim is an expert negotiator…
- She knows how humans work: she began working with brain injuries, training the brain to learn new skills and change old patterns. Then, she mastered investigation and persuasion questioning techniques, working with dangerous criminals to understand how their minds function.
- What did she discover? When the powers of psychology are applied at work, you can have the impact and influence you need to truly motivate your teams — and continuously negotiate with managers, stakeholders, or adversaries to make real progress.
- Nashater captures over 25 years of expertise on psychology and business in her new book, The difference between being an engaged leader, or an entitled one
- Yes, yes, yes and yes! Thrivetime Nation on today’s show we are interviewing Dr. Nashater Deu Solheim! Dr. Nashater, welcome onto the Thrivetime Show…how are you maam?
- I know that you’ve had a ton of success at this point in your career, but I would love to start off at the bottom and the very beginning of your career. What was your life like growing up and where did you grow up?
- When did you first figure out what you wanted to do professionally?
- I understand that you studied at Harvard Law, and are a trained clinical and forensic psychologist…how would you describe your time spent studying at Harvard Law?
- When did you first feel like you were truly beginning to gain traction with your career?
- What inspired you to write your new book, The Leadership PIN Code: Unlocking the Key to Willing and Winning Relationships (coming March 3rd)?
- How can this book be helpful for our business-owning listeners out there?
- Dr. Nashater, I would love it if you would share with our listeners about how to harness psychology to get along with teammates you don’t like?
- Dr. Nashater, you’ve written that first impressions don’t matter that much (particularly helpful if you’re a new leader!)…what do you mean by this?
- Dr. Nashater, I understand that you’ve written about and studied the role fantasy plays in leadership, based on research she’s done on premeditated crime…break this down for us?