Learn how to build your influence skills and gain buy-in as a learning and development leader with these tips.
Whether in your role as an L&D leader, or as you develop leaders in your organization, authenticity is key to elevating your influence and impact.
When a time-sensitive situation requires members of an organization to drop everything, act quickly and bypass the usual protocols to achieve a desired result, leaders need expert crisis negotiation skills to gain the full cooperation of their team.
When trying to influence others, we often focus on what we say or do, but we might also think about how we say it. Body language, facial expression and vocal tone are important aspects of influence — but they also are only part of the story.
Leaders at all levels who honor these requests are positioned to establish or validate their credibility and the credibility of their information. They are more likely to influence an executive audience.