Every participant in our Exercising Influence™ skills training program has access to an app for easy reference to the tactics, behaviors, and influence approach taught in the course. We also offer a helpful reference book on exercising influence by Kim Barnes, who developed the Exercising Influence program. In addition, our course developers and facilitators continue to write on the topic of influence skills, and their articles are available either in the Barnes & Conti Resource Library, or through following Barnes & Conti on social media:
Exercising Influence participants can load this app on their smart phone for a quick and easy reference to the influence tactics, behaviors, and influence framework from the program.
The app is available to course participants for no additional charge.
Kim Barnes is CEO of Barnes & Conti and the course developer of Exercising Influence. Kim draws on her thirty years of consulting, teaching and observation to demystify the process of influencing others.
This book can be included as part of the course materials with the Exercising Influence program.
This six part podcast series on the subject of influence was drawn from a conversation with Barnes & Conti CEO Kim Barnes, joined by Allan Cohen and Mary Walter.
Podcast topics range from influence and gender stereotypes to the role of confidence in influence success to the pros and cons of interrupting—and how to do it successfully!
In this brief video, B. Kim Barnes introduces some of the main concepts and models of the influence training program: Exercising Influence™ as a way to improve our abilities in influencing others.
Influence skills are an essential component of the internal consultant’s expertise. This book—co-authored by Kim Barnes and Beverly Scott—provides a solid background for internal consultants and serves as a roadmap for cultivating a successful career.
Our course developers and facilitators continue to write on the topic of influence to aid people in further honing and developing their influence skills.