We’ve helped clients sell, present, negotiate and influence more effectively for over 20 years.
Improve your skills and understanding so that more of your recommendations are accepted and successfully implemented. Influence Without Authority—Advanced revolves around the skills needed to generate more influence, and the need to create a plan.
It’s “What’s next…” For years, many “Influence Without Authority” course participants—eager to increase their influence have—asked us “What’s next?” After running several successful pilots in 2015, we’re proud to say “Influence Without Authority—Advanced” is what’s next!
Our Virtual Classroom Connecting the classroom experience to web-based learning.
Is it virtual? Web-based? A webinar? Self-paced? Computer-based? Distance learning? Or…????? One thing I know for sure, it’s not being delivered in a classroom!
There is a ton of confusion in the market today about how to describe training. Ever looking for simplicity, we often attach names that are so broad that the overlap creates even more confusion.
In a recent article by Josh Bersin (Principal and Founder, Bersin by Deloitte), titled “Does E-Learning Really Work? Not So Well, When it Comes to Leadership and Soft Skills,” only 11% of respondents under 35 and 17% of older respondents preferred online learning to face-to-face.
So, we’re going to add to the confusion. Here’s the type of non-classroom-meeting-platform-delivered training we do. We call it the Virtual Classroom.
Do you know the 5 Visual Skills for delivering great presentations? More importantly, do you use them?
Split the difference or stay with the tension? Lose-lose or win-win? When the tension rises between your counter party’s and your interests, splitting the difference is a quick way to relieve the tension…but it is rarely the best solution. It leads more to a lose-lose outcome than a win-win outcome.
Influence is everywhere: Using the power of influence to reduce power consumption. Can ComEd get us to reduce power consumption by using a powerful tool of influence called social proof? Robert Cialdini thinks so. And for good reason. Part of the power of social proof is that it’s almost instinctive.