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New Post 3/31/2008 8:22 AM
User is offline tony
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career advice for improve personal power of influence  

Success is something very important in this world, but for this you need to influence people. To influence people you need effective communication skills and strong leadership quality. With the combination of both you will become the leader. Then you will find success in your way. For this I have a good resource where you can get help, .with the help of this you can discover how you can quickly activate your
Personal Power of Influence and how to get success. It’s free of cost. I have found it very help full in every aspects of life. It gives 10 part e-course every week. Use it and I hope it will help you too.

Best of luck!

New Post 4/1/2008 3:58 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: career advice for improve personal power of influence  

Leadership and good interpersonal skills are important.

One of the most important skills you should develop as a professional analyst/consultant is knowing when to speak and when to stay quiet.  Another isknowing how to customise your message for your audience.  Thirdly, you have to realise that you have no right to offer advice until you have earned it.

If you are interested in my comments I recommend you read some of the books by David Maister, or read his blog.  Of particular relevance is "The Trusted advisor."

If you value your time I would skip the link in the leading post on this thread.

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