Title: The Five Levers of Influence
Presenter: Heather Stagl
Bio: Since 2009, Enclaria founder Heather Stagl has equipped individuals and teams to influence change at work. Through individual coaching, team facilitation, and training programs, she helps people make a bigger impact with less frustration. Heather is the author of 99 Ways to Influence Change and the Influence Change at Work™ Toolkit, and she publishes a popular blog at enclaria.com.
Description: Your success as a change practitioner depends on getting other people to change the way they work, including processes, behaviors, priorities, attitudes, relationships and ultimately, results. If you can’t influence them to do something different, then change won’t happen.
Where do you start? You might be surprised to learn that all the different ways to influence change originate from just five fundamental levers of influence. By applying these levers, you’ll help people change and make a bigger impact in your organization. Join this session to add the five levers of influence to your personal change toolkit.
Change Management skill level required for the discussion: Early to Mid-Career change agents, although Senior practitioners may also see things from a new perspective as well.
Top 3 learning objectives from the event:
—Gain approaches to identifying who and what to influence
—Learn how to influence change using the five fundamental levers
— Apply the levers of influence to your own situation
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