- Communication Competencies
- Coaching Competencies
- Influencing Competencies
How to influence and innovate at work
If you have a sense of urgency to increase your influence and improve the strategic advantage and fitness of your organization, we have identified 4 essential influencing competencies that can help you inspire action, innovate and work and get results.
Authentic conversations are fundamental to influencing others and sustaining great relationships at work.
What seems so simple can be difficult to do consistently. Zaffron and Logan, co-authors of The three laws of performance, contend that an organization is its network of conversations. Thus an organization is only as healthy as its conversations.
The Four Influencing Competencies for Leaders will provide you with clear guidelines, examples and tools to help you to influence and innovate at work through shared goals and a sense of purpose in relationship. This generates a sense of optimism and invites an impossible instead of a predictable future.
This 90 minute presentation on leadership competencies will provide you with practical models that you can immediately adapt and use in your context.
Based on the incredible feedback I receive from readers of my book, A Complicated Love, I am re-launching it to send 1,500 books to key media influencers and politicians in Canada and the USA to promote insight, meaningful dialogue and healing.
Will you help? Go to the campaign page and contribute. Thanks ~Dene Rossouw
Read about a personal and true story of engagement about Dene’s relationship with his son [who happens to be gay] and the conversations he had with him on a road trip through Nova Scotia.
Get A Complicated Love [the paperback or Kindle version] on Amazon.
Get A Complicated Love from Audible.com.
A Complicated Love is the result of tense, painful and cathartic conversations that the author had with his gay son on a road trip through Nova Scotia, Canada. It’s about the fears, taboos, and judgments that the author had, as he was eventually compelled to come out on behalf of his son – authentically, from religion and as a parent.