Newswise — Wichita State University Communication Sciences and Disorders Professor Ray Hull has coauthored a new book, “The Art of Influence,” with New York Times best-selling author Jim Stovall.
The “Art of Influence” is the fourth collaboration between Hull and Stovall in their personal development series, “Your Ultimate Guide,” intended to help readers gain business and personal success through effective communication. This book follows "The Art of Communication," "The Art of Presentation" and “The Art of Learning” in the series.
Hull and Stovall are longtime friends and colleagues, and their blend of real-world experience and academic expertise make them specialists on a spectrum of topics including education, communication and influence.
The “Art of Influence” helps readers understand what makes someone influential, why it is important to learn how to gain influence and how the changing world affects how you influence others.
The “Art of Influence” was released in November and is available for purchase online, including on Amazon.
The mission of Wichita State University is to be an essential educational, cultural and economic driver for Kansas and the greater public good. Wichita State is a doctoral research university enrolling nearly 15,000 students and offering 59 undergraduate degree programs in more than 150 areas of study in seven undergraduate colleges. The Graduate School offers 45 master's and 12 doctoral degrees that offer study in more than 100 areas. Wichita State's Innovation Campus is an interconnected community of partnership buildings, laboratories and mixed-use areas where students, faculty, staff, entrepreneurs and businesses have access to the university's vast resources and technology. For more information, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/wichitastate and Facebook at www.facebook.com/wichita.state.