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Tanya Menon

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Associate Professor at Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University

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Tanya Menon – TEDx

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: Educating your intuition/Being fast and smart: -I discuss people’s anecdotal ideas about when intuition works; several exercises where the mind is fooled, and discuss how individuals and companies can educate intuition and improve their decisions. I also do a more focused talks, drawing on these points, on ‘hiring the best’.

: Communications that move people: What are your most challenging persuasion problems? I analyze how people inadvertently structure their conversations in ways that are highly unpersuasive, and focus on how to manage people’s egos, ask powerful questions, and make it easy for people to say yes. I also do related sessions on managing polarizing conversations and deescalating conflict.

: Expanding your opportunities, creativity, and ‘luck’ through your relationships. My TED talk focused on some of these points.

: Win-Win Value Creation: Getting comfortable with claiming value, questions that help you create value, get past no, and crafting mutually beneficial outcomes.

: Managing backlash when you are confident, assertive, and powerful woman leader; clear communication without apology. I also do related talks on diversity and inclusion, and managing a global work force.

: You may have smart people but are they a smart team? I discuss ways to design a team to ensure quality participation, accountability, and productive conflict, so you can learn from each other.

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