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LDP 5: Influencing without Authority (closed)
February 7 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Session closed to LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (LDP) FOR RESEARCHERS selected participants only.
Are you leading a project or team without formal authority? Do you have some great ideas but you need others’ support to successfully execute? Do you want to influence important decisions outside of your immediate responsibility? Do you want to persuade your boss, but you aren’t sure how to position yourself?
In this age of heightened complexity, to get things done often requires the support of many others both inside and outside your own organization, department or team. Many change initiatives involve multiple functions within and even between organizations, requiring you to exercise influence over people without formal authority.
In this interactive workshop, Ms. Stuyfzand worked with participants on exploring the key factors for becoming more influential; ways to build credibility, strengthen relationships, and enhance your communication style… all to increase your ability to influence those critical to your success.
Ank Stuyfzand, JD, PCC, is a professional certified coach with more than twenty years of experience in the field of leadership and team effectiveness. She works with leaders and -multicultural- teams to create positive and productive team dynamics and inclusive workplaces, with skill and integrity.
Ank’s specific areas of expertise include cultural intelligence and conversational capacity, including navigating difficult conversations, influencing without authority, women leadership and personal effectiveness. Her work is research-based, and she combines international experience and expertise with a hands-on, practical approach that yields results. Throughout her career as a coach and consultant, Ank has worked for start-ups, to 100,000+ employee organizations across a wide range of industries, varying from financial services, healthcare, life sciences, software, marketing, retail, professional services, non-profit and academia, both in the US and Europe.