Power Up Power Down: How to Reclaim Control and Make Every Situation a Win/Win

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About the Author

An executive coach and trainer who's served in leadership positions across a spectrum of organizations, Gail Rudolph has spent years maneuvering the power dynamics that occur in all interpersonal and business interactions.Using a strategic human-centric approach, Gail advises individuals, teams, and organizations, helping them grow and move beyond what they've previously achieved. Her expertise in mindset, interpersonal power, and inclusion and diversity are foundational in supporting others to become positive "agents of change" by solving problems from the inside out.Gail is a Cialdini Method Certified Trainer, teaching Dr. Robert Cialdini's universal Principles of Persuasion. She is one of only thirteen people globally-- and the only woman in the United States--to hold this distinction.Gail holds a master's degree in Human Services Administration, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and a Leadership Certification from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She is the CEO and founder of Gail Rudolph Collaborative. She enjoys cycling in sunny Palo Alto, California.
Karen Anderson is Head of School for Computing and ICT at Runshaw College, UK. She has taught in both secondary and FE, state and independent sectors and draws on her experience, knowledge and love of teaching for her ideas. A passionate advocate for innovative ICT teaching in all areas, she specialises in Computer Games Design and eSafety. Karen has contributed to several textbooks, exam board specifications and is a regular speaker at national conferences. Her previous book, Getting the Buggers Excited About ICT, includes practical advice for ICT teachers on interesting and innovative ways to teach different areas of the ICT curriculum.