Leading with Influence

April 2016
Leading With Influence - Competency Center;Apr2016, p1
Leading with influence is a valuable competency within the workplace. Most leaders rely on influence to sell ideas and to motive people to support their decisions. The best leaders use their influence skills to communicate a shared vision, align the efforts of others, and build commitment to a task at hand. These leaders garner commitment from people at all levels by using collaborative skills to achieve a desired outcome.


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