Building your influence as a Leader - Toolkit
Toolkit to help you develop your influence as a leader
Why is it so hard to get people to agree to a good idea?
Why are some leaders constantly faced with challenges and objections? Reaching agreement as a leader does not mean you should manipulate or force people to accept your ideas and accomplish your objectives; there are ethical ways for leaders to successfully build influence.
Leaders attempting to influence and persuade others are faced with the challenges of navigating through organizational politics. An effective leader recognizes that organizational politics can provide positive ways to influence others in order to accomplish goals.
What are those skills that you can develop to build your influence as a leader?
This "Influence" toolkit is articulated around 4 pillars, each of them providing key insights and practical guidelines:
Understand influence as a leader, what techniques to use for influencing a team to accept your ideas, and understand organizational politics.
How to build a reputation of trust and respect as well as a change agent.
Build key external attributes for a meaningful network and,
What interpersonal skills to develop.
1. Understand Influence
Building your influence through persuasion techniques and positive organizational politics.
2. Influence & Change Management
Be a change agent: How to build a reputation of trust and respect through change management.
3. Meaningful Network
How to build and manage your social capital, and why.
4. Building Rapport
Build rapport through understanding and empathy.