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Anyone can be a quiet influencer. But not everyone knows how.

"A tremendous and relevant read!" -Stephen M. R. Covey, New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust

Drawing on the enduring wisdom of the Buddha, Confucius, Rumi, Gandhi and others, The Art of Quiet Influence shows anyone, not just bosses, how to use influence without authority, a key mindfulness principle, to get things done at work and in life. Through the classic wisdom of 12 Eastern sages, relevant insights from influence research, and anecdotes and advice from 25 contemporary experts, Davis lays out a path for becoming a "mainspring," the unobtrusive yet powerful influencer first introduced in her book The Greats on Leadership.

Organized around three core influence practices - Invite Participation, Share Power, and Aid Progress - readers will learn how to take mindfulness practice "out of the gym and onto the field," while gaining the confidence and practical know-how to be influential in whatever role they occupy.

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"I found it impossible to put down this captivating and inspirational book."― Doug Kirkpatrick, author, From Hierarchy to High-Performance and Beyond Empowerment: The Age of the Self-Managed Organization

"A book for anyone who needs to lead without authority-that is, everyone!"― Rasmus Hougaard, Founder, Potential Project; author, The Mind of the Leader

"Note the stories, research, tool kit of more than 75 tactics, plus the wisdom offered by sages such as Rumi, Gandhi, and Confucius ... a sure winner."― Richard Whiteley, author, Love the Work You?re With and The Corporate Shaman

"A mind-expanding yet down-to-earth guide for leaders, sales professionals, and influencers of all stripes."― Craig Wortmann, Founder and Executive Director, Kellogg Sales Institute, Kellogg School of Management; CEO, Sales Engine Inc.

"Wise, humane, and illuminating ... Packed with powerful stories and teachings."― Krishnan Venkatesh, author, Do You Know Who You Are? Reading the Buddha?s Discourses

"Jocelyn Davis does a great job of demystifying Eastern philosophy and showing its relevance to today''s global business world."― Karen Blal, CIPD Regional Director Asia

"Davis once again elegantly weaves diverse cultural perspectives into practical action ... Leaders cannot afford to miss this book."― Brian J. Miller, VP Talent, Development & Inclusion, Gilead Sciences

"Looks out to the East and back to the past to explore a mind-set, skill set, and 12 behaviors that are indispensable to every leader."― Gregory LeStage, Dean, McKinsey Academy at McKinsey & Co.

"Be prepared to be inspired and moved to change as I was. A must-read."― Cynthia Stuckey, Head of Sales Effectiveness Practice, Korn Ferry

"A useful and resonant guide to leading in a more conscious, inclusive, and generative way."― Court Chilton, Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan Leadership Center

Chilton, Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan Leadership Center

"Combining trust, respect, caring, and demand for achievement in a harmonious way, The Art of Quiet Influence powerfully influences the reader to go beyond and accomplish greater performance."― Wesley Luo, VP/COO, Honeywell Building Technologies

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Jocelyn Davis is an author, speaker and consultant with 25 years'' experience in the leadership development industry. Before founding her company, Seven Learning, she was Executive Vice President, R&D for The Forum Corporation (now AchieveForum), a global consultancy that builds leadership effectiveness in the Fortune 1000. Jocelyn''s The Greats on Leadership: Classic Wisdom for Modern Managers was praised by SUCCESS Magazine, and 800-CEO-Read named it their Editor''s Choice in May 2016. Jocelyn grew up in a foreign-service family and has lived in many regions of the world, including Southeast Asia, East Africa, the Caribbean, and the UK. She now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Adam Gonnerman
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Surprisingly Practical
Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2019
Last month I read ''The Making of a Manager'' by Julie Zhuo, and though the book was well-written, I was left unsatisfied. Her guidance, drawn from her years of experience (exclusively at Facebook) would have been helpful to me earlier in my career. It''s Management 101, and a... See more
Last month I read ''The Making of a Manager'' by Julie Zhuo, and though the book was well-written, I was left unsatisfied. Her guidance, drawn from her years of experience (exclusively at Facebook) would have been helpful to me earlier in my career. It''s Management 101, and a solid book for that level. I needed something a bit deeper, and I''ve found it — at least for a start — in Jocelyn Davis'' fascinating ''The Art of Quiet Influence.''

Jocelyn worked at The Forum Corporation (now called ''Achieve Forum''( for over 23 years, working her way up to EVP. This is a business leadership training company, and according to her description, it bases its curriculum on careful research and quality data. Further, in her experience at the company there was a real effort, with a few exceptions as she notes in the book, to put their training into practice in their own offices. From what I see in her LinkedIn profile, her education has always centered on philosophy, with the most recent degree being a Master of Arts in Eastern Classics. This education, together with many years of thinking about life in an office and putting her learning into practice, makes for an excellent book on leadership.

This is not a quick read, if you really want to get the good out of it. Though it is written on a level accessible to laypeople and is not especially dense, it is a substantive and deep book. Drawing from research, life experience, and the religious/philosophical traditions of the East, the author describes 12 practices of ''quiet influence,'' and also contrasts them with the ''Western pitfalls'' of each.

As someone with a career in project management, I know all about the difficulties of leading without any actual authority. Over the years I''ve developed my skills of persuasion and diplomacy, and this book both helped clarify some of what I''ve already learned, and also brought to my attention perspectives and practices that had never occured to me. In the category of what I already knew is aligning interests, but what she has to say about it sharpened my understanding of the topic, and was immediately useful to me at work. Towards the conclusion of the book, Davis even discusses how to know when it''s time to leave a company, and how to go about it.

This book is great for anyone who manages people and/or projects. Whether you have functional authority or not, the best way to get things done is not ''because I said so.'' With ''The Art of Quiet Influence'' you will find practical tips and strategies for making allies and leading effectively without coercion or an undue risk of alienating people. Get it, and give yourself a month or read it slowly and thoughtfully.
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Daven Lee
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A much-needed guide to leadership with the profundity of the Eastern Wisdom Traditions
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2019
Once again, Davis has joined her considerable experience in leadership development together with scholarship in a very readable, accessible package. She has done all the heavy lifting for us: synthesizing some of the most complex thought and wisdom traditions in... See more
Once again, Davis has joined her considerable experience in leadership development together with scholarship in a very readable, accessible package.

She has done all the heavy lifting for us: synthesizing some of the most complex thought and wisdom traditions in our human culture and helping us apply them to our lives as leaders in modern human systems; from families and communities, to corporations.

This book, because of its orientation towards the teachings of the East, has an additional quality that puts it on a whole other level from other books on leadership: that of profundity.

When you look to the East for leadership, you inevitably enter the realm of mysticism, the great mysteries, and the larger truths of being human.

You also discover another way to lead, a Yin path, that runs counter to pretty much all of our Western cultural conditioning. And thankfully so.

For me, it brings in the complete picture of leadership: “How do I enter more fully into my humanity and express that through my leadership?”

Davis shares the secret that the more we use these Yin tools of the East, we actually exert less effort, experience more ease, and achieve greater, more satisfying success.

This book will tell you how. . . and if you don’t already have a practice of going inward, attuning to the natural order of the universe, or of mindfulness, then I would bet you’ll be inspired to begin one by the time you’ve read through the Introduction of Davis’ book.

You will not only understand the benefit of these practices to you personally, but to your ability to lead and affect change: to influence.
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Sandra A
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Timeless and very much needed in today''s environment
Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
You hear the constant drumbeat growing louder and louder in corporate America to go faster, be more innovative, do more with less. I come from 37 years as a learning professional working mostly with the leadership/management audience. The constant drone of the ever-changing... See more
You hear the constant drumbeat growing louder and louder in corporate America to go faster, be more innovative, do more with less. I come from 37 years as a learning professional working mostly with the leadership/management audience. The constant drone of the ever-changing landscape gives little thought to leading with influence. Agile, at least at my former company, gave way to a confusing new wave of super micro-management behaviors and practices. If you want to be an innovative company with engaged employees, power and authority won''t get you there. It will, however, send your highest performers running for the doors.

Jocelyn''s years of experience, education, and art of storytelling is a winner for today''s drumbeat of the "go faster and do more with less" mentality. Influence, true influence, is a way to lead with heart and head, to gain trust, deepen relationships and build teams that will go above and beyond. It''s so simple in theory but so relatively rare in practice. The true leader is one who influences others to their greatness. Don''t underestimate the simple power of caring about the people you wish to lead. How hard people will work for you will always depend on how you treat them. To quote, "the best leaders don''t rely on command authority, because its outcomes are neither as good nor as sustainable as the outcomes of influence." How people are treated is the difference between whether they will trust you, build relationships with you, follow you, support you, work harder, faster and do more with less for you, or not. Command and control might get you what you want but little else.

One of my favorite, powerful stories in the book is about the quiet influence interaction between John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg! No one thinks of quiet when hearing the name McEnroe! But after reading the story, you will see exactly how influence is strength without force.
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Cate
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Want to build real influence with your team? This is a good place to start.
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019
This book is like its title. It is subtle, brilliant, and influential. It’s part ancient Eastern philosophy course and part autobiography of an interesting career at an interesting organization at an interesting moment in American business life. The synthesis of those... See more
This book is like its title. It is subtle, brilliant, and influential. It’s part ancient Eastern philosophy course and part autobiography of an interesting career at an interesting organization at an interesting moment in American business life. The synthesis of those topical threads creates an informative and engaging practical manual for developing or expanding collaborative leadership in groups of any size. The approach is grounded, calm, and wisdom based, as is the writing. The ideas presented within could just as easily be applied to family or community leadership, as well as in the context of a business setting. This book would be applicable in any setting where people are working with other people trying to get something done.

The author was part of an organization that developed some of the most enduring business learning ideas of the past three decades. This book skillfully and subtlety uses entertaining stories of those experiences to demonstrate the very useful leadership tenets of 12 ancient Eastern thinkers.

Each idea presented is also followed by a cautionary note of where a Western mindset might lead one astray when putting the idea into practice.

This book offers the premise that the success of a leader is best measured by the engagement, development, and success of the people being led.

There is a ton of information here, and somehow, it has been seamlessly woven together to create a powerful, funny, elegantly rendered and ultimately USEFUL book.
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DrMiner
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So engaging and enjoyable!
Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2019
You know how sometimes you eat dinner just so you can get to the dessert? That is how I felt about reading this book. I couldn''t wait to get through my day so I could spend an hour in the evening on my patio, reading a chapter of The Art of Quiet Influence. This could have... See more
You know how sometimes you eat dinner just so you can get to the dessert? That is how I felt about reading this book. I couldn''t wait to get through my day so I could spend an hour in the evening on my patio, reading a chapter of The Art of Quiet Influence. This could have been such a dry and "informational" text, but Jocelyn Davis has made it engaging and relates it to what we see happening in corporations every day. I highly recommend it! Not only will you change your thinking and approach to leading, but hopefully you''ll model the wisdom in this book for up-and-coming leaders.
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Steve Barry
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New Favorite Book Genre!
Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2019
If you’ve read enough leadership or business books, they tend to blend together a bit. This one stands out. In The Art of Quiet Influence, Davis mines ancient philosophical masterpieces to shed new light on the best ways to mobilize groups of people.... See more
If you’ve read enough leadership or business books, they tend to blend together a bit. This one stands out.

In The Art of Quiet Influence, Davis mines ancient philosophical masterpieces to shed new light on the best ways to mobilize groups of people.

It’s fascinating to see that many of our modern, Western “best practices” were actually identified centuries ago. It’s even more fascinating to re-learn these lessons through the actual parables and words these mystics used to impart their lessons. (In fact, one of my favorite parts of reading the book is soaking in the wisdom of these Eastern teachers.)

However, this is not a dusty tome of poetry and best practices. Davis keeps it light and relatable with anecdotes (both highlights and bloopers) from her career to demonstrate influence (or lack thereof ) in real life.

And, for those who like models, frameworks, and tactics, you will not be disappointed. This book is chocked full of them.

Pick it up -- you will think differently (and perhaps more deeply) about leadership after reading it.
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Bernie Moore
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So good and applicable to work life
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2020
This book is so well written. I love how the author weaves eastern philosophy in with concrete examples of her corporate days. I have read the book through and now am re-reading. I read a chapter each week and try to work on that chapter''s principle that week. I feel like... See more
This book is so well written. I love how the author weaves eastern philosophy in with concrete examples of her corporate days. I have read the book through and now am re-reading. I read a chapter each week and try to work on that chapter''s principle that week. I feel like my work relationships have improved this year since I started implementing the practices of this book.
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S. Chamberlin
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Counter-intuitive until you think about it.
Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019
For this extroverted westerner, everything about this book was counter intuitive from the first pages (e.g. "Influence" comes from "to flow in" - not "out" as I would naturally think of influence). That is, until you think about it for a bit, then you think, duh. Which is... See more
For this extroverted westerner, everything about this book was counter intuitive from the first pages (e.g. "Influence" comes from "to flow in" - not "out" as I would naturally think of influence). That is, until you think about it for a bit, then you think, duh. Which is how it is with the great truths unpacked in this book, they''re foreign at first, and then they resonate deeply. I put each of the main points from the book on a post-it next to my desk. Very beneficial! I would recommend The Art of Quiet Influence to both those prone to quiet influence and those prone to a louder version.
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Kyriacos
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Complex structure and difficult to read
Reviewed in Spain on October 13, 2019
To begin with this book isn''t that easy to read. I am mostly puzzled by the structure starting from a 30 page Overview & Prologue which makes it very demotivating to get going with the rest of the book. And then when you actually find the mental strength required to read it...See more
To begin with this book isn''t that easy to read. I am mostly puzzled by the structure starting from a 30 page Overview & Prologue which makes it very demotivating to get going with the rest of the book. And then when you actually find the mental strength required to read it you will be lost within the countless references from influencers of the past, but also some random quotes from the writer''s personal experiences. Expect to find quotes from other influencers in a simply littering form and in a way that it makes you feel the writer can''t pass on others ideas and thoughts in a meaningful way to become cultivating. And you are left with an uneven flow of writing and information spitting that ruins the whole reading experience. Can I justify the time spend reading it? Somewhat, yes. Would I recommend it? No.
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Joel G Kechnie
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Worth your time and very encouraging...
Reviewed in Canada on June 13, 2019
Davis writes with grace and ease. The information is rich, honest and focused. One of the better leadership books I’ve come across.
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Sarugumo
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The Art of Quiet Influence
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 7, 2019
''The Art of Quiet Influence'' is a book with an interesting premise, but which left me feeling slightly disappointed by the time I had finished it. This looks at 12 different traits you can learn or utilise to increase your influence skills in the workplace. Each skill is...See more
''The Art of Quiet Influence'' is a book with an interesting premise, but which left me feeling slightly disappointed by the time I had finished it. This looks at 12 different traits you can learn or utilise to increase your influence skills in the workplace. Each skill is based upon the philosophy of an ''Eastern Sage'', which includes Confucious, Mencius, Dogen and Gandhi. Each chapter begins with an example from the author''s own experience where the skill could''ve been used, before intorducing the skill. Then each ''sage'' is briefly introduced, how the trait could be utilised, an example of where a western viewpoint leads to downfall and a summing up. I found some of her examples a little meandering and rambling and while the point she is trying to clarify is a worthwhile trait, her way of explaining it feels a little lost at times. It''s like she has a list of traits she wishes to use, but can''t find solid examples so shoe horns them into to a chapter wherever she can. Or, she gets so lost explaining a particular sages lifetime, or a particular text, she gets lost trying to clearly link it to the trait being explored. This is the reason why I marked the book 3 stars. Although the idea is interesting and is something I wanted to learn about, I felt I finished the book not absorbing as much as I would''ve liked. The real world examples are sadly too centred on her own experience at her previous consulting company. I think I would''ve found it more engaging if she had sought out similar examples from a range of businesses and from a range of different people. The book concludes with an appendix explaining how to implement each trait she writes about, with bullet points of actions and behaviours to follow. There is also an appendix with 7 Q&A''s where she answers what she feels to be queries that would arise from reading the book. I have read numerous business and leadership books, as well as many, many eastern texts and I have to say this is interesting enough, but didn''t leave me wanting to recommend it to any of my friends. It went straight onto the charity shop pile as I know I will not be reading it again. Good, but not great.
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The problem is the Title.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 9, 2019
This book is well written and on an interesting area. In the west we think of leadership and authority in particular ways and contexts. However, in the eastern traditions the author finds 12 ideas or techniques for approaching these trait in a completely different way. How...See more
This book is well written and on an interesting area. In the west we think of leadership and authority in particular ways and contexts. However, in the eastern traditions the author finds 12 ideas or techniques for approaching these trait in a completely different way. How to exert influence without appearing to do so - for shorthand. However, it is the author''s obvious fascination with the sources of those ideas and techniques which - for me - were the book''s undoing. In a book called "The Art of Quiet Influence" I had not expected to find page after page of history of the originators of these great insights - and this is the reason I did not finish the book. In w way I felt cheated. If the book had been more honestly titled something like "The lives of Eastern sages and their insights on quiet Influence" I would probably have not gone near the book, but those who did would have been very satisfied. In short what I got was a prolonged history lesson and some insights, and not just the insights with some minimal explanation of where they came from. I say again the book is well written and engaging, but does not fulfil the remit which its title creates for it. As such it is likely to attract a less appreciative audience than it deserves.
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A fasinating book with a different slant on leadership
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 27, 2019
This book really appealed to me as I work in an environment where you need to influence people without being their line manager and this book provides really useful insights as well as practical tips, or as the author puts it “provides encouragement, know-how and...See more
This book really appealed to me as I work in an environment where you need to influence people without being their line manager and this book provides really useful insights as well as practical tips, or as the author puts it “provides encouragement, know-how and assurance”. Aligning leadership to eastern philosophies is a novel and interesting concept and one which, despite undertaking many leadership and management programmes, I have never come across before. The proposition is that the twelve eastern sages referenced (Confuscious, Yoga Vasistha, Zhuangzi, Rumi, Mahabharata, Sima Qian, Murasaki Shikibu, Mahatma Gandhi, Gautama Buddha, Mencius, Zen Master Dogen, Ibn Tufayl) were in some way “proponents and practitioners of quiet influence; strength without force, mindfulness in action”. The writings of each sage are connected to overarching leadership concepts of participation, power and progress with each section broken down into four themes; for example the participation section has four chapters on being humane (Confuscious), applauding anguish (Yoga Vasistha), creating delight (Zhuangzi) and practising patience (Rumi). This is truly a fascinating read and will give you a new perspective on leadership, and show you as Ghandi said “in a gentle way [how] you can shake the world”. Highly recommended.
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