Leading Through Influence - TWO DAY PROGRAM (St Louis)
September 15, 2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
September 16, 2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
St Louis Knight Center
Registration Required: Yes
Exercising real leadership and leading positive change requires more than just a worthy goal or a good idea. It also requires the skill of informal leadership: the ability to influence people both within and outside your chain of command in order to gain support and overcome resistance. This session helps you understand and develop three key skills of informal leadership: navigating politics, understanding power, and exercising influence.
Sources of organizational power
How informal networks affect your ability to get things done
Developing skill at interpersonal influence
Tools to diagnose the "influence" landscape in your organization
Using power responsibly
Understand why some people in your organization have more impact than others
Navigate the informal side of an organization in order to get things done and make change happen
Identify and read politically charged situations
Evaluate your own influencing strengths and weaknesses and develop a plan for strengthening your skills
Earn a Concentration or your Advanced Management Certificate
This seminar qualifies for two days out of five in the Leadership Concentration. Earn a concentration by taking five seminar days in this area within two years, or complete 15 seminar days across three defined concentration areas to earn your Advanced Management Certificate.
*The current healthcare situation requires that the Olin Business School provide participants with learning conditions that protect the health of participants, business school staff, and faculty. As a result, Olin faculty are prepared to deliver their sessions either live, or virtually, as regulations and circumstances permit. Our default model will be live seminars. However, if conditions prohibit face-to-face coursework, we will switch affected seminars to virtual delivery via the Zoom platform.
$1,840.00FacultyJ. Stuart Bunderson
, George and Carol Bauer Professor of Organizational Ethics and Governance, Olin Business SchoolContactsExecutive Programs