How to Win Cooperation and Influence People

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Are you a manager or a leader? Managers give orders and gain - at best - robotic compliance. Leaders influence people to their way of thinking and gain enthusiastic cooperation. If you want to be the kind of leader companies want today you need to attend How to Win Cooperation and Influence People. At this dynamic one-day seminar you will learn to use Dale Carnegie's human relations principles made famous in How to win Friends and Influence People - to make people glad to do what you want to do. This is not a seminar in how to manipulate people.

Rather it shows you how to:

- Build and strengthen your credibility to gain influence
- Build trust in the workplace
- Get buy-in for your ideas
- Get results even when you don't have authority
- Create a collaborative work environment
- Get buy-in because employees support directions they help create

These are exactly the skills you need to make it in today's business environment where teamwork has replaced the old command and control structure. Often, in these team situations, you have no direct authority over the members yet you are expected win their support and get everyone pulling in the same direction.

How to win Cooperation and Influence People will help you learn how to use your credibility and positive image to influence people to your point of view and create alignment so you can get the results you want. Don't miss this opportunity to acquire the skills you need to step up to the leadership role you know you deserve. Register for How to win cooperation and influence People today

Who Should Attend
Who Should Attend Managers, supervisors, project leaders - everyone who needs to create buy in and ownership in order to get results through others.
Learn How To
- Use Dale Carnegie's twelve ways to win people to your way of thinking
- Get results without authority
- Project self-confidence without being pushy
- Establish or enhance your credibility as a basis for influence
- Build a collaborative work environment
- Sell your ideas
- Develop "ownership" to get results
- Substitute questions for direct orders
- Influence outcomes - even if you're not in charge
- Improve communication acrossfunctions
- Excel as a consensus builder
- Build an atmosphere of trust and collaboration
- Create win-win situations
- Influence people to follow you Use
- Dale Carnegie's nine ways to change attitudes
- Make people glad to do what you want to do