Influence Project2018-11-29T21:13:23+00:00

Influence Project

Influencing well deepens relationships

What do you find hardest about influencing someone else? What are you great at when it comes to getting someone on side?

You cannot antagonize and influence at the same time. – J. S. Knox

Influence well and we get to deepen our relationships. It’s easier to give, get and even avoid conflicts. Influence badly and we can make our relationships worse to the extent that it becomes impossible to collaborate.

Understanding what we find hard or easy about influencing other people can help us get to when and why our influencing works. Join me in finding out – take this 2 minute survey.

Paper Tuner’s Influence Project

Influencing well deepens relationships

What do you find hardest about influencing someone else? What are you great at when it comes to getting someone on side?

You cannot antagonize and influence at the same time. – J. S. Knox

Influence well and we get to deepen our relationships. It’s easier to give, get and even avoid conflicts. Influence badly and we can make our relationships worse to the extent that it becomes impossible to collaborate.

Understanding what we find hard or easy about influencing other people can help us get to when and why our influencing works. Join me in finding out – take this 2 minute survey.

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Better conversations lead to better outcomes that are clear, wanted and valued by everyone in the conversation. Better conversations allow us to connect with each in ways that honour our personal values and respect the values of other people, make collaboration more productive and enjoyable, and bring out the best of who each of us is.

To keep the conversation going, I invite you to join the Better Conversations #betterconversations Group on LinkedIn. This group offers a place to share and exchange ideas, techniques and knowledge that can help us have better conversations with work colleagues as well as family and friends.

Discussions in this group explore the nature and structure of having better conversations through topics on language, culture, science and research, theories and evidence, dilemmas, challenges, conflicts and resolutions as they manifest through all our senses – auditory, visual and physical.

I will be sharing the results of the Influence Survey in Q1, 2019 and this Group will be among the first to know.

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