The third and final habit, convincing, is the ability to influence behaviors, decisions, and successful outcomes. You'll earn commitment and inspire others to take rapid action. All while talking less.
When you convince in an influential manner, you'll consistently sell ideas, products, services, and even yourself. You'll also experience a dramatic increase in your ability to get things done with and through others.
The language of leadership is decisive. Your capacity to confidently communicate decisions is one of the most telling measures of your power and influence. Confidence is contagious. If you sound self-assured, people will respond with confidence in your leadership and to your contributions.
TACTIC 1: STOP TAGGING AND HEDGING
TACTIC 2: CONTRIBUTE TO MEETINGS
TACTIC 3: VOICE YOUR OPINIONS WITH SINCERITY
Shift your ideas and decisions to others so they will embrace and act on them. Good leaders want people to own what they do and take responsibility. When you transfer your ideas and decisions to others so they can take ownership, you're more likely to get positive results.
TACTIC 1: USE PEER POWER
TACTIC 2: REVEAL YOUR REASONING
TACTIC 3: LET IT ...