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"The Hidden Agenda makes the invaluable link between understanding your audience's motivation and creating success. It also reveals some of the secret tactics that Kevin has used to help change businesses around the world. It all begins with that simple, timeless practice of connecting with people on a much deeper level. Don't miss the remarkable teachings of this unusual book and author." —Dan Schawbel, personal branding expert, bestselling author and owner of Millennial Branding"Kevin's enjoyable and informative book reminds us all that to communicate well is to connect with people first." —Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of the City of New York
Presenting this book to my team! I would love to have a session one on one. great work!Published 5 months ago by Book Lover
Kevin Allen shows how to target your presentations at that elusive, but so important hidden agenda - the real issues to which we should appeal. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gary Pittard
I discovered Kevin Allen's new book, The Hidden Agenda, through a Fast Company article I read discussing his winning of the Mastercard account. Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by Alex Realmuto
Just when you think that you've seen every 'how-to', tips or management book, Kevin Allen serves up what's been missing in everyone's approach to "the pitch". Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by Jeroen Bours
Kevin Allen is clearly a man of extraordinary perception and insight about the art of motivation. He writes with clarity, style and humor. He is a master story teller. Read morePublished on July 14, 2012 by J Hicks
Full Disclosure. I know Kevin and have worked with him over the years. He has run workshops for us to help us do what he does best: figure out a way to pitch and win business. Read morePublished on July 14, 2012 by Gavin McMahon