Have you ever been challenged by getting people on board with your idea or concept? Or confused about why they are not getting on board or perhaps even fighting your idea?
The art of influence is understanding key aspects of behaviour, relationships and intention in order to identify common ground to move your idea or concept forward in way that motivates & benefits everyone involved.
In this workshop you will be introduced to key aspects of influence to help you be more influential in your approach to getting others on board. Specifically you will learn elements of influence, behaviours, preferences and motivators that impact how to influence, and how to use this information to take steps for a more planned approach to getting others on board.
suitable for: fundraisers with less than 8 years’ experience
commitment: 2 hours
instructor: Cheryl Stafford
workshop size: maximum of 12
format: this workshop is held over Zoom and a video connection is preferred (but not mandatory) for attendance
bundle and save!
Register for all three of our Emerging Leaders workshops – The Power of Influence, Communicating Clearly & Confidently, and Accountability Leads to Growth – and save $50! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Cheryl Stafford is a professional certified coach and leadership consultant with over 30 years of demonstrated success in helping individual, teams and organizations achieve their potential. Cheryl uses behaviours, personality and neuroscience as a foundation for helping her clients understand why they do what they do and how to make transformative changes that result in more positive relationship, improved communications and increase in happiness and success.
Cheryl has specialized certifications in neuroscience, behaviour and a personality tools which she uses with her clients to increase awareness of self and others in order to create the space for transformational shift. She works with organizations in a variety of industries including vast experience in nonprofit sector. She is the past president of the International Coaching Federation in Vancouver and was previously the Director, Human Resources for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.