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Influencer Training can help you become a more effective and influential leader

Influencer Training can help you become a more effective and influential leader | Crucial Conversations Training | Scoop.it

Learn how to shift focus from a single root cause, and address all the root causes by combining a critical mass of influence strategies with Influencer Training. Influencer Training can help you become a more effective and influential leader

 

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Crucial Conversations Training Program

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Crucial Conversations facilitates knocking out barriers to employee engagement and helps increase productivity. It is a potent technique to holding any conversation that has crucial consequences and supports interpersonal skills effectively.

 

We are conducting Crucial Conversations Training Program on 5th of August at   Bengaluru

 

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What to Do With Accountability when You Lack Authority

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My supervisor often gives me leadership responsibility for projects involving multiple departments. However, my position is not viewed as one of authority. As a result, I struggle to get results from others when I ask them to do something. When I present my lack of progress and ask for assistance, I’m told I need to stop blaming others for my lack of results. Since I have been trained to teach Crucial Conversations, my supervisor assumes I should be able to convince others to shift their priorities. Unfortunately, people outside of my department are not able to make my request their top priority, no matter how many Crucial Conversations skills I employ.

How do I get

my supervisor to see that I need her support, without making her think I am blaming others? I am at the end of my rope!

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A Dear Without,

You are not alone. When I was teaching at Stanford’s Advanced Project Management Program this was the participants’ most frequent concern. You’re given lots of accountability, but no authority, and you’re expected to use your skills and charm to get it all done.

It doesn’t work that way, does it?

Crucial Conversations and Crucial Accountability focus on dialogue skills—the skills required to reach shared understanding and commitment. These skills would be all you needed if the lack of cooperation you were experiencing was the exception, not the rule. However, it sounds as if it’s the rule, and that tells me you need to change the rules. You need a structural solution—a solution that involves all Six Sources of Influence.

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