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Tune in to this podcast to get smart on ways to apply advances in social science and experience with successful teamwork to unleash meaningful contributions in your work life! The advances in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral psychology have been fast, furious, and fascinating. This podcast breaks down how advances by researchers and the experience of practitioners can be applied in organizations to achieve great things.
 
Welcome to The Charisma Matrix Social Secrets Show, hosted by social strategist, vocal coach and YouTube content creator Barron Cruz. On this podcast you'll find a mix of personal stories and social breakdowns from my own life, interviews and fireside chats, answers to questions I get from fans and viewers, and lessons and techniques to help you become socially invincible!
 
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In this episode, Dr. Margaret Neale, Professor of Management at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and author of Getting (more of) What You Want: How the secrets of economics and psychology can help you negotiate anything, in business and in life, talks about the proven ways to get the most out of a negotiation. Dr. Neale does ne ...…
 
Mike went on a date with a girl and a group of her friends. The problem was there were 3 guys who were making fun of him and making him look bad. How should he have handled it? Video: Trump and Trudeau get into it again at the Signing Ceremony in Buenos Aires this week. I'm going to break down their "Alpha," moves that they use to appear to hav ...…
 
What's the best way to join a group of people who are already talking to each other without being weird? Then answer might not be what your expecting. In this weeks video, we break down a conversation between Atheist Sam Harris (Atheist) and Ben Shapiro (Jewish).
 
A group of guys make fun of me and disrespect me in front of my girlfriend. What can I do? Video: Ben Shapiro VS Black Lives Matter Group
 
Q&A: Guy got ignored at the bar by another guy in front of a girl he was with. Also, can you ask a barista out? / Video: IGNORED! Cocky Dude Tries To Ignore Me
 
Q&A: How to deal with a difficult female co-worker / What if someone misses your joke then corrects you? / Video: French Cat-Call Law
 
What if you're out on a date and your date gives her attention to someone else? There are two things you can do which I answer in today's Q&A. Video (Audio) : Bullied On A First Date
 
It was a hot summer night in Austin Texas and the bartender acted like I was a clown! Here's why it happened / Video: 3 Bullies try to clown on me on my first date / Q&A People ignore me when I talk
 
This podcast starts with a story that took place in Chicago O'hare Airport yesterday. Video: 3 ways to be heard when talking to a chronic interrupter. Q&A: How to have high status when working in a corporation or in sales.
 
What's your favorite video? Let me know on IG @charismamatrix. In this weeks video, we discuss the importance of standing up for yourself, even on a micro level, and why it's important to your overall self-confidence. Q&A: What do you do when someone tries to clown on you by taking your hat?
 
I made a phone call last week to a store and ran into a confrontation with an employee. I felt he was rude and in this podcast I broke down how I handled it and why it was important that I do so. Video: A new study came out indicating that your kid's social skills are nearly as important as their academic aptitude for success. Q&A: Do people li ...…
 
Striking up a conversation with a stranger can be easier said than done if you don't understand the dynamics behind it. The story today takes place at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and walks you through the nuances of saying hello to someone. Video: What does your resting face say about you? Also, how does your interpretation of other people ...…
 
Some people can be tough to deal with, regardless of your social skill. I ran into someone like this while shopping this week. Learn how to not only deal with people like this but when to cut the chord and call them out in this weeks podcast. Video: An overview of the longest study on happiness ever conducted and tips you can use to take advant ...…
 
In this episode, Jill Schiefelbein, President of The Dynamic Communicator and author of Dynamic Communication: 27 Strategies to Grow, Lead, and Manage Your Business, talks about powerful ways for technical professionals to avoid some of the most common traps of poor communication in the workplace. Jill provides several science-based communicati ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Nancy Mramor Kajuth, author of two award-winning books and President of Transformedia LLC, talks about the power of NLP or neurolingistics programming to improve interactions with others in the workplace. Dr. Mramor talks about several different science-based techniques from neurolinguistics programming to build rapport wit ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Vanessa Druskat, Associate Professor of Management at University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics, talks about why emotional intelligence is important to team performance. Dr. Druskat also talks about the three, universal social needs that must be addressed in team settings and provides example ...…
 
In this episode, Lauren Leader-Chivee, an activist, expert, and advisor on diversity and women’s issues and author of “Crossing the Thinnest Line: How Embracing Diversity - from the Office to the Oscars - Makes America Stronger,” talks about why and how American diversity is its best and most underleveraged asset. Ms. Leader-Chivee also talks a ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Linda Babcock, the James M. Walton Professor of Economics and Professor of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, talks about the factors that help close the performance gap between women and men when it comes to negotiation. Dr. Babcock shares her research findings on interventions that help level the ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Anita Woolley, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory at Carnegie Mellon University, talks about the IQ of a team which is measured by the performance of the team on a variety of different tasks. Dr. Woolley shares her research findings on what attributes of team members are predictive of a high IQ for a ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Christina Fong, management professor at University of Washington’s Foster School of Business, talks about a unique emotional state key to high levels of creativity as well as the art and science of self-promotion. Dr. Fong shares how a promotion and leading a change initiative can be opportunities for high creativity. Dr. F ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Mueller, management professor at the University of San Diego, provides a preview of her soon-to-be-released book titled Creative Change: Why We Resist It…How We Can Embrace It. Dr. Mueller talks about the new conversation that organizations need to be having in order to nurture the kind of creativity required for g ...…
 
In this episode, I describe what the gender leadership gap is and the primary benefit of closing the gender leadership gap. I also discuss the 4 leadership behaviors that come more naturally to men then to women on average and the 4 leadership behaviors that come more naturally to women then to men on average. The scientific basis for these dif ...…
 
In this episode, Angie McArthur, CEO of Professional Thinking Partners and co-author with Dawna Markova of Collaborative Intelligence: Thinking with People who Think Differently, talks about the power of blind spots and inquiry to trigger discovery and creative solutions for organizations through collaboration. Ms. McArthur gives examples of ho ...…
 
In this episode, Beatrice Briggs, Founder and Director of the International Institute for Facilitation and Change and author of An Introduction to Consensus, talks about how consensus creates better decisions with more commitment than other common decision processes. Ms. Briggs talks about the key elements that need to be in place in order for ...…
 
In this episode, Mary Adams, a leading U.S. expert on intangible capital and co-author of Intangible Capital: Putting Knowledge to Work in the 21st-Century Organization, talks about the benefits that an intangible capital perspective can bring to your business. Ms. Adams shares ways that leading companies like General Electric and Southwest Air ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Dawna Markova, a neuroscientist and authorof over a dozen books, talks about the research supporting herlatest book with co-author Angie McArthur titled CollaborativeIntelligence: Thinking with People Who Think Differently. Dr.Markova elaborates on some of the key concepts in this latest bookand shares practical approaches ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Laurie Weingart, Carnegie Bosch Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory and Senior Associate Dean of Education at Carnegie Mellon University, talks about her research in conflict management and innovation for multi-functional work teams. Dr. Weingart shares practical approaches and tips for workplace interactions be ...…
 
In this episode, John Vespasian, author of seven books that provide recommendations for thriving in work and in life based on insights from famous figures in history, talks about the different ways that we can work with others to achieve our own goals. John shares some stories from famous figures in history that illustrate how working effective ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Baruch Fischhoff, an internationally known expert on risk and decision science as well as Howard Heinz University Professor at Carnegie Mellon University in both the Department of Social and Decision Sciences and the Department of Engineering and Public Policy, talks about the challenges associated with effective communicat ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Chris Laszlo, co-founder and managing partner of Sustainable Value Partners LLC as well as Professor at Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management and author of four business books, talks about a new paradigm that is emerging for businesses. Dr. Lazlo shares the science supporting the emergence of th ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Joanna Wolfe, Professor and Director of the Global Communication Center at Carnegie Mellon University and author of “Team Writing: A Guide to Working in Groups,” talks about the different types of collaboration available to technical project teams and the challenges associated with gender diversity. Dr. Wolfe shares some st ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Terry Yosie, President and CEO of the World Environment Center and an experienced executive in both the private and public sectors, talks about the leadership and organizational capabilities that will be needed to win the “planetary poker game” we are in the midst of playing. Terry provides some examples of how organization ...…
 
In this episode, Daniel Kreeger, Executive Director of the Association for Climate Change Officers, talks about the importance of working with others to tackle system challenges like adaptation to climate change by organizations and society. Dan provides examples of some organizations are tackling climate change and how a professional organizat ...…
 
In this episode, I describe a reference structure called the Knowledge Work Framework to serve as a checklist for work that requires ideas, thinking, creativity, and innovation to be successful. The framework acknowledges the importance of interacting with other people. Therefore, I conclude the episode describing the qualities of a socially in ...…
 
In this episode, I describe a diagnostic tool called Team Collaboration Assessment. The tool provides a roadmap for a team to journey from where they are towards the high performance that is possible through effective collaboration. I conclude the episode describing the nine principles of collaboration and leading high-performance teamwork. == ...…
 
In this episode, Bill Shephard, creative problem solving expert and professional facilitator for the Creative Problem Solving Group, talks about the role of facilitation in moving groups and organizations towards novelty and change. Facilitation provides the process leadership needed for groups to overcome the natural forces that hamper organiz ...…
 
In this episode, Leslie Billhymer, an architect and lecturer at University of Pennsylvania, talks about reducing energy use by buildings which accounts for a third of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. Like other tough challenges, this one is benefiting from a collaborative approach that Leslie calls integrative design. == Subscribe ...…
 
In this episode, Andrew Winston, author of “The Big Pivot,” talks about the impact of the sustainability challenges we face as a society on companies. He also describes the types of radical collaborations that companies are embracing to join forces against threats to a sustainable life on this planet. == Subscribe to the Quadrant II newsletter ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Keith Sawyer, author of “Group Genius: The Creative Power of Collaboration,” talks about his unique research of highly creative groups. While many have studied the creativity of individuals, the creativity of groups is important work because it takes collaboration to turn the creativity of individuals into innovation. == Su ...…
 
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