Tips and Tactics


When you’ve scanned your organization and established where you can find some support and where you have to move carefully to avoid obstacles, you can start to work on actually communicating and implementing your idea. It’s not surprising that many of these tactics fall under the umbrella of influencing others; after all, part of a leader’s job is to gain commitment and alignment from others. Some of the tactics will draw on your skill at building and maintaining relationships, as well as your ability to create networks of support, to bolster your position with allies, and to create a reasoned and engaging argument for implementing ...

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