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:
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.
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.