ASP–Atlanta Chapter Presents “Five Fundamental Levers of Influence”
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Influencing people at work to adopt new ways of doing things is undoubtedly a complicated endeavor. Where do you start? Applying the five fundamental levers of influence can help you to accomplish your objectives. Anything you do to influence others will employ at least one of these levers. Join this session to learn the five fundamental levers of influence and add them to your personal change toolkit.

8/14/2015
When: August 14, 2015
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Where: Delta Community Credit Union
3250 Riverwood Parkway
Community Room
Atlanta, Georgia  30339
United States
Presenter: Heather Stagl
Contact: ASP Events


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About this month’s discussion:

Five Fundamental Levers of Influence


Influencing people at work to adopt new ways of doing things is undoubtedly a complicated endeavor.

Where do you start?


Applying the five fundamental levers of influence can help you to accomplish your objectives. Anything you do to influence others will employ at least one of these levers.


If your success depends on other people changing the way they work – processes, behaviors, priorities, attitudes, relationships and ultimately, results – you must be able to effectively influence people to make those changes.


Join this session to learn the five fundamental levers of influence and add them to your personal change toolkit.

 

Our Speaker
Heather Stagl
As founder of Enclaria, Heather Stagl equips individuals and teams to influence change at work through individual coaching, team workshops, and training programs. Heather is a blogger and radio host of the popular "Influence Change at Work" show on BlogTalkRadio. She is the author of 99 Ways to Influence Change and the change management toolkit, the Irresistible Change Guide.


Heather holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA in Leadership and Change Management from DePaul University. She completed coach training at The Coaches Training Institute. She serves on the board of Organization Change Alliance, a learning community of organization development and change management practitioners in metro Atlanta.

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