The Foundation of Influence Equity
Leadership is about influence, nothing more, nothing less (John Maxwell)
Do you wish you had a greater ability to influence the people in your world? Those stakeholders who have set views on what should happen? The team members who don’t report to you. Managers who don’t seem to get the key points that you’re attempting to convey to them?
If this is you, then this session is for you!
There are multiple ways to get people to do things – force, manipulation, begging, hoping … Of them all, influence is the one that is most likely to deliver sustainable results.
Leadership and communication literature provides hundreds of models and thousands of pages on how to influence others. But at the heart of it all is a very simple model – what we might call the “Influence Equity Model”. In PMI terminology we could depict it like this:
This session will briefly introduce you to the three elements of the model, key tools and techniques related to each, and the seven steps involved in building your influence equity. We will focus specifically on ethos, the foundation of sustainable success as an influencer.
the steps anyone can take to lay a foundation of sustainable success as a person of influence.
What you will receive (in addition to the normal benefits related to attending a PMI event
- Insight and inspiration
- A simple framework to enhance you ability to influence
- Resources to help you take the next step towards greater influence
- Entry into a draw to win a free copy of Intentional Living (John Maxwell)
Date: Tuesday, 12 February
Presentation: 07:20am - 08:20am
Venue: Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh Street Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Professional Development Units (PDU): 1 PDU can be claimed for attending this event.
Presenter: Jürgen Oschadleus DTM, ILPF, CPPP, PMP (http://au.linkedin.com/in/oschadleus)
Jürgen is an international speaker, educator and consultant on communications, leadership and project management.
With almost 25 years of education, strategic consulting and systems deployment projects in Africa, Europe and the Asia Pacific region, his communication and leadership seminars receive acclaim from participants on five continents, and his popularity as a keynote speaker is growing.
Jürgen is the founder and director of Act Knowledge, the Asia/Pacific partner of the Valense network of organisational consultants, and an independent Certified Coach, Teacher and Speaker with The John Maxwell Team. He facilitates post-graduate project management and leadership classes in the MBAx program within AGSM @ UNSW Business School, and in the Faculty of Engineering & IT at the University of Sydney. He writes for various international publications, and published Heart of Influence in 2004.
He belongs to a range of industry and professional bodies, including the Project Management Institute, the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), and the International Centre of Complex Project Management (ICPPM), and is a Fellow in the Institute of Learning Professionals (ILP).
Jürgen holds a Master’s degree in History, an MBA in International Project Management and Organisational Development, a Higher Education Diploma and Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment, and PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential. He is also DiSC and SDI-accredited, a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM), and a certified goalkeeping and football youth coach.
|Event Date||12-02-2019 7:00 am|
|Event End Date||12-02-2019 9:00 am|
|Registration Start Date||18-01-2019|
|Cut off date||07-02-2019 9:00 am|
|Location||Castlereagh Boutique Hotel|