Leading Across Organizational Boundaries On-Site Training
Walk away with tools and techniques to engage and influence others, and ensure that the work that matters most gets done
As a leader, you need to break through organizational barriers in order to achieve critical goals. Knowledge workers do not operate in a vacuum-they have to work cross-functionally to create customer-focused solutions. Competence in managing the intangibles-the explicit as well as unspoken boundaries-is needed to perform at a high level. Finding common ground and reaching true agreements with people from other areas of the business who have other competing priorities requires that you communicate fully and effectively, negotiate when necessary, and manage conflict.
Increase your sensitivity to the systems and interpersonal issues that impact your ability to get things accomplished. Look at the success factors for building trust across boundaries. Walk away with tools and techniques to engage and influence others, and ensure that the work that matters most gets done.
Who Should Attend
Leaders and managers who want to increase their effectiveness in leading initiatives that require cross-boundary collaboration
How You Will Benefit
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