How do leaders influence those around them in order to achieve great success? It probably has something to do with these three behaviors:
BEING influential is preferable to simply influencing someone else. Here are 14 points of true influence you need to know.
If you aren't getting the attention you deserve at work, you could be lacking influence. Here are a few signs that you might not have as much influence as you think...
Are you using the wrong words to communicate your message? Choosing the right words can help you clearly communicate your message and encourage others to do what YOU want...
We all have a fear we would like to conquer, don’t we? It might be something like a fear of spiders or maybe it’s a fear of tight spaces. Whatever it may be, many of us take the time to work on these fears so that we can overcome it and feel more powerful and in control than we did before. It’s that kind of bravery and courage and willingness to look our fear right in the eyes and overcome it that we need to have in order to become an influencer in our company and career.
When we don’t take the time to grow our own self-confidence from within, we may not be as strong and confident as we need to be. Here are a few ways to build your confidence from within.
Have you made a commitment to yourself? It's as important to keep this commitment as it is to keep other commitments you've made in your life.
There's a fine line between bragging and pointing out our achievements in order to be successful. Here are a couple of things you can do in order to avoid becoming the unwanted office braggart:
It's time to overcome the stereotypes and generalizations and become more than someone else's description of a woman in the work place.
Curious about what it takes to master the art of persuasion? One very handy tip from Karen Keller.