Achieving work objectives and getting our day-to-day work done is dependent on our ability to effectively influence others. Even executives and managers should not simply impose decisions on others and compel them to act.
Joint Problem Solving- Not just getting others to do what we want
How we think about influence is critical to the results we achieve. The Vantage view of influence is one of joint problem-solving – focusing first on understanding each other before seeking agreement. This approach leads to improved trust, stronger working relationships, and increased learning, innovation, and creativity.
In our programs, participants are introduced to a set of powerful principles and practical tools for an effective joint problem-solving approach to influence in a wide range of situations.
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