422: Influence Through Overlapping Networks, with Sandie Morgan
Published July 28, 2019
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    Sandie Morgan: Global Center for Women & Justice
    Sandie Morgan is the director of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University of Southern California. She is recognized globally for her expertise on combatting human trafficking and working to end violence against women. Sandie is professor, researcher, and partner to many organizations and agencies across the globe including governments, law enforcement, and non-profits.

    Since 2011, she has hosted along with me the bimonthly Ending Human Trafficking podcast which was recognized by The National Clearinghouse on Families & Youth at the Department of Health and Human Services as a great way to “get up to speed on human trafficking.”
    Key Points

    Culture often changes from the top down. Engage “elites” who are outside of the centermost position of prestige.
    Find avenue of agreement instead of focusing on differences.
    Influence happens in exciting ways when the networks of elites and the institutions they lead overlap.
    Change will mean conflict — don’t be scared of this.
    The more diverse your partnerships are, the stronger your net is going to be.

    Bonus Audio

    Why learning from elites is so important

    Resources Mentioned

    To Change the World* by James Davison Hunter
    How to Win Friends and Influence People* by Dale Carnegie
    Global Center for Women and Justice
    2019 Trafficking in Persons Report

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