Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm

Managing Without Authority

Course Information

If you’re on the fast track- someone who has already moved well beyond his or her formal job description- you know what we mean because you’ve been tapped for one of those roles. You are expected to get results- mold the group into a driving force- without any real members because they come from all over the organization. You need new skills to be effective in this environment- skills like winning trust, building credibility and influencing others to your point of view. These are exactly the types of abilities you will acquire at Managing Without Authority.
This new two-day seminar is based on the classic work of Dale Carnegie- the acknowledged master of persuasion and human relations skills. You will learn to communicate up, down and across the organization to build consensus; negotiate compromises that work for everyone; resolve group conflicts before they derail the project; use five types of evidence to gain commitment. In addition, through a set of proprietary exercises you will be shown how to create working alliances and make people glad to do what you want them to do.
In today’s matrixed business world, successful leaders are able to work effectively beyond the narrow span of control granted by a job description. They make the right things happen by gaining commitment and consensus from diverse individuals using skills like diplomacy, tact and persuasion. Now you can take an important step toward joining the ranks of successful leaders. Register today for Managing Without Authority.


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Who Should Attend

 Project manager, team leader, committee chair, task force director


Understand the 5 proven ways to successfully influence others
Gain trust throughout the organization
Acquire the confidence and self-esteem you need to lead
Practice the behaviors that permit effective leadership
Lead others even when you don’t have direct authority
Use the power of being a good listener
Utilize 4 important tools that enable the building of positive relationships
Give and receive feedback
Ask the right questions to keep the conversations focused
Use presentations to persuade your audience
Recognize and overcome the barriers that may stand in the way of you taking a leadership role

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