Individual Influence: Find the I in Team

Brian Smith, PhD and Mary Griffin

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In Individual Influence, authors Brian Smith, PhD and Mary Griffin make a persuasive case that even a company or team of individual players is still an "Individual" at its core-expressing the collective influence of all those who play a role in it. Thus, there is not just one "I" in team, but many.

Demonstrated through real-life experience working with and leading teams, the authors cover many transformative concepts, including:

  • How to be your best self so that your unique influence radiates from you
  • Reaping the benefits of slowing down and existing within the moment
  • How to delegate, hold accountable, define values, and achieve balance
  • Setting realistic success criteria for yourself and learning to celebrate small victories
  • Gaining more significant influence over your own conscious thoughts and reshaping your reality

Praise for Individual Influence: Find the I in Team

"A colorful and conversational manual that helps you—personally and professionally—to better assess yourself and to build richer relationships with others."

- Kirkus Review

"Individual Influence is not just a book, it's a way of finding yourself and radiating that newfound energy and awareness into all of your relationships. The book is not only insightful and full of wisdom, it's also practical and witty. It gives you the tools to apply to yourself and those you work or spend time with. A must read for any leader looking to level up."

- Billy Banks, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Northwestern University, Co-founder at ProHabits, former Founder & CEO at Reach360 and M-Tec

"Individual Influence is not a book for leaders who are lost, but for those who recognize that there is profound value to be found within each individual member of their team. The wisdom is tangible, reflective and profoundly relevant for today's business leader."

- David Avrin, author of Why Customers Leave (and How to Win Them Back)

"In Individual Influence, you get the same kind of connection to making your life better as we all learned in the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People or the works of Napoleon Hill. This book is like a personal productivity consultant you can carry on the airplane with you. The authors are brilliant businesspeople that have distilled their time and energy into a self-guided tool for improving your chances for success in your work on as well as in your business. "Being present is something that you can learn..." is my favorite from takeaway from Individual Influence. Do yourself a favor to capture another personal advantage, read this book today."

- Kevin Hagemoser (Fractional Integrator), E Level LLC

Individual Influence: Find the I in Team is available to buy from your local bookseller and online internationally from Amazon.

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About The Authors

Brian Smith

Brian Smith has a PhD in Organizational Psychology, Masters in Information Management Systems, and Bachelors in Accounting. Brian resides in Algonquin, Illinois with his beautiful wife of 30 years, René, and their two dogs, Maizy and Moose. When he isn’t traveling around the globe, Brian enjoys his time reading, cooking, riding his Sea-Doo, being with his children, and spending time with René. Visit to learn more about Dr. Brian Smith's innovative work with business owners and managers.

Mary Griffin

Mary Griffin has a bachelor’s in English literature and minored in psychology at the University of Redlands. Mary’s biggest passions in life are animal advocacy, music, reading, and art. Every day she strives to learn and grow in her personal development to better her influence. Mary’s biggest passions in life are developing others and pursuing social and self-awareness. She has been vegan for seven years and is driven by valuing and promoting diversity. In the words of Neil deGrasse Tyson, "For me, I am driven by two main philosophies: know more today about the world than I knew yesterday and lessen the suffering of others. You’d be surprised how far that gets you."

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