Getting things done can be hard when you have to depend on others. People have competing interests and different priorities, and do not always give you the cooperation you need. You can twist arms or go running to the boss, but those are not really good solutions. Instead, you need to find a way to build relationships.
How do you do that? You need to communicate with tact and finesse, walking that fine line between confident assertiveness and nagging. Even if you are a "people person" and well-liked, you may be committing some of the cardinal sins of persuasion and influence.
That's why you can't afford to miss the training workshop called Getting Results Without Direct Authority, which will have you guiding projects with less stress and fewer headaches.
Register online for the one-day class, which will be offered by Learning and Development on Thursday, March 22.