While there is no simple formula for influencing without authority, there are several strategies that if employed correctly, can mobilize your co-workers to focus on your priorities.'There might be scenarios in a workplace where getting work done requires assistance from employees who don’t work for you. However, persuading them to work with you can be tough and challenging as well. This is where your powers of influence and persuasion can help! Not only do you meet deadlines of priorities, but also get to complete your own projects as well!
Wondering how to influence people who don’t work for you to complete a task at hand?
Mastering the ability to influence others without authority will help you cultivate traits within yourself that will help you influence people and put you into a more authoritative role. You will be regarded as a person who can influence others without zero fuss!
Key Features of the Conference
This riveting session will arm you with practical tips and suggestions to help you master your communications skills that are necessary to influence people without authority. With this art, you will distinguish yourself with the power of being able to elicit support and assistance from people who do not work with you. It will cover key topics such as:-
Understand how to make effective Influence.
Understand "Influence" does not come with the roles.
How Leadership impacts Influence.
Key skills to earn trust in a professional work environment.
Key skills and factors that can build your Influencing power.
Problems that can Interfere with your ability to be viewed as someone with Influence.
Successfully Influencing others requires Mastery of Eight Strategies
Understand Resistance to change
Adapt to Social/Communication styles
Develop your Personal Power
Pass the Microphone
Stress Benefits over Feature
Synthesize, Synthesize, Synthesize
Have an Elevator Pitch at the Ready
This presentation is by expert speaker Val Grubb, who will teach you the ability to influence others without imposing authority and the specific steps you should take to influence people you need to work with as a team.
Who Can Benefit From This Conference
Team Leaders And Team Members
Public Relations And Other Marketing Professionals
Administrative And Executive Assistants
Non-profit And Fundraising Executives
Anyone else seeking the Ability to be viewed as an Influential professional
With positive influence, you will mobilize outstanding teamwork with excellent intrapersonal communication and help boost positive relationships at your workplace that will have a significant and positive impact on your career’s success. By propagating your ideas better, you will get more professional contacts and will get more work done in lesser time with external assistance.
Val Grubb is a sought-after Training Expert and Panelist and has held leadership roles within major corporations including the Oxygen Channel, NBC Universal, Rolls-Royce and IAC. Her expertise on handling personnel issues with minimal disruption are a big hit with her audience. She regularly speaks on promoting back-office functionality in a variety of industries by boosting interpersonal communication, forming cohesive teams, developing efficient employees and promoting long-term organizational growth.
Currently, she is the Principal of Val Grubb & Associates Ltd. of which she is also the founder. She graduated with a mechanical engineering degree from Kettering University and also holds an M.B.A. from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business where she serves as an active member of the Dean’s Advisory Council. She has recently published a book on her experiences about travelling with her parents in a book called Planes, Canes, and Automobiles: Connecting with Your Aging Parents through Travel.
This webinar has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward California, GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR, and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. “The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the activity. It means that this activity has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.”