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This course will provide learners with a systematic general framework for analyzing persuasive influence situations. Learners will be able to identify different challenges faced by persuaders and to fashion appropriate strategies for addressing those challenges. The broad goal is to provide learners with not only an extensive persuasion tool kit, but also with an understanding of how different tools are useful in different situations. Specifically, the course will address four broad topics: strategies for influencing people’s personal attitudes; strategies for affecting social factors influencing behavior; strategies for affecting people’s perceived ability to undertake the desired behavior; and strategies for inducing people to act on their existing intentions....


29. Juli 2018

I found Professor O’Keefe's insights and his storytelling to be highly engaging. His videos helped me see new ways I can help my colleagues seize new opportunities to help our team. Thank you.

14. Feb. 2021

I enjoyed this course. The layout of 4 weekly sessions and short, clear and concise videos was very beneficia. I feel like I learned something useful and that's always a good thing. Thank you!

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von Memory. O

14. Okt. 2020

Really enjoyed this course, extensive examples and citation for further reading. Thank you

von Andressa A P

6. Apr. 2020

Very good tools, explained in a short and concise way. The professor is very engaging.

von Ramon S

16. Juni 2020

Quizzes are very difficult. Perhaps a peer graded activity would be more appropriate.

von Inés K

4. Juni 2020

Great course, clear and concise, with examples illustrating the ideas. I loved it.

von Jerry S

10. Okt. 2020

Fantastic. A great framework for formulating influence strategies. Top tier info.

von Assan A

16. Jan. 2021

A great course, the leadership topic developed via influencing people's behavior

von David A

18. Nov. 2018

One of the most interesting and well put together Coursera classes I have taken.

von Ana C M

24. Dez. 2018

This course was excellent! i loved how it was taught - very Dynamic! Thank you!

von Sandra M V C

20. Feb. 2018

Encontré información poderosa que desconocía en su clasificación y aplicación.

von Alyssa L

29. Dez. 2020

A straightforward course with awesome content. I enjoyed learning! Thank you.

von Ryan M

18. Sep. 2020

It is good overall, my only suggestion is to give more visual illustration.

von Oluwaseye A

7. Juli 2020

The course lecturer was as simplistic as possible. Very relatable approach.

von Christian F

4. Feb. 2017

Very interesting course. Professor is really intelligent and great teacher!

von Deleted A

25. Feb. 2016

Excellent course for anyone looking to stay abreast social media/influence.

von Shokoufeh S

2. Jan. 2020

I truly Enjoyed learning at Northwestern! Looking forward to more courses.

von Steven S

23. Juni 2020

There is a lot of information in this short course. Very well compacted!

von John G

26. Jan. 2021

The course is very useful if you want to improve your Leadership skills!

von Jenneth C P

2. Aug. 2020

The speaker is very engaging and knowledgeable with the subject matter.

von Ramil N

29. Nov. 2020

To develop your courses, you provide excellent education in your field

von Esteban

10. Mai 2019

I just loved this course, it is very concise and useful. Well Done =)

von behnam b

5. Mai 2020

So useful content and clear explanations. Easy to follow and apply.

von Teresa Y

11. Aug. 2019

Very useful course, simple but make sense. Worth to study it again.

von Christian B W

18. Apr. 2020

Great lecture, well structured and presented. Highly recommended!!


13. Jan. 2020

Excellent explanation .... I thoroughly enjoyed learning thispart.

von Rob L

14. Okt. 2020

Thinking outside of the box and applying theory to situations