Steve Martin, CMCT

Steve_Martin1Steve Martin is the Director of INFLUENCE AT WORK (UK). Along with Dr. Noah Goldstein & Dr. Robert Cialdini he is co-author of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Business Week International bestseller¬†Yes! 50 secrets from the science of persuasion¬†which to date has sold over ¬ľ million copies and has been translated into 26 languages.¬† In 2008 the book was long-listed for the¬†Royal Society‚Äôs¬†annual prize for science writing and in 2009 theHarvard Business Review¬†listed the book on their prestigious ‚ÄėBreakthrough¬†Ideas for Business‚Äô¬†list.

Steve regularly features in business and the national press including his monthly¬†‚ÄėPersuasion‚Äô¬†column for the British Airways in flight magazine¬†Business Life¬†and he is a columnist for the¬†Harvard Business Review¬†online and the UK‚ÄôsInstitute for Leadership & Management. His columns are read by over 1 million people each month.

Steve speaks and runs workshops about the science of influence and persuasion and its application to a wide variety of business, government and non-profit organisations around the world. At the time of writing he is working closely with the Behavioural Insight Team within the UK Government’s  Cabinet Office and he is a member of the Secretary of State’s Behaviour Change Network Team within the UK Dept. of Health.  





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‚ÄúThis program will help executives make better decisions and use their influence wisely‚Ķ Robert Cialdini has had a greater impact on my thinking on this topic than any other scientist‚Ķ The best [show more/less link] popular book that demonstrates six or eight ways in which the quirks of your own mind will frequently prove dysfunctional to your best interests is Cialdini‚Äôs Influence.‚ÄĚ
CHARLES T. MUNGER, Vice Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.

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