ResourcesA library of useful articles and videos to support you in becoming a more effective influencer.
Dr Nicola Lincoln takes a look at the pros and cons of different development approaches.
Watch a video that explains what to expect from either the Blended or Immersive Learning Programmes
Download the Get Tough exercise from the programme to practise some of those difficult Asserting challenges.
Practise all the influence styles in a range of challenging scenarios.
Pocket Partner is available free via Apple and Google Play stores now.
Understanding the difference between Positional and Personal Power.
How to meet objectives and maintain relationships when time is short.
Vanessa Gray talks us through the successful journey to our new Blended Learning Programme.
Exploring the line between banter and negativity, between scepticism and cynicism.
For our third trip to the flicks, we pick examples of influence from our favourite courtroom dramas.
We have recently combined the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) into our work with delegates on the Positive Power & Influence Programme – with very positive results.
When things aren’t going your way do you resort to negative influence?
Another trip to the movies to see examples of influence in action
Influence tips to plan for a Performance Review
How effective influence can help you become a better leader
Influence in action in some of our favourite comedy sketches
Great speeches showing brilliant use of the influence style of Attracting
‘I gave him his head . . .’ A tale of strong but sympathetic leadership in a crisis
We take a look at the way leading suffragettes sought to galvanise support for their cause
We all use combinations of influence styles to meet our business objectives. But some situations will call for you to stay rooted in a specific style. Take a look at how you might tackle a problem using the appropriate language for different influence styles.
The Positive Power and Influence Programme allows delegates to practise their influence skills using sometimes unfamiliar styles and behaviours. We looked to the silver screen to pick twelve examples of influence in action.