Influencing Without Authority Using Situational Mindsets

Influence was defined by President Eisenhower as the ability to get “someone else to do something you want done because he/she wants to do it.” It differs from formal power, ultimatums, pressure or enticements. Listen to Dr. Mary Lippitt explain how to influence though situational mindsets.

Originally published by Bizcatalyst360



Dr. Mary Lippitt

Dr. Mary Lippitt

Dr. Mary Lippitt, President of Enterprise Management, Ltd, is the award-winning author of Brilliant or Blunder: 6 Ways Leaders Navigate Uncertainty, Opportunity and Complexity. Known for her pioneering work linking leadership development to organizational and individual results, Dr. Lippitt has been recognized as a leader in the execution of change, leadership development and strategy implementation for over twenty-five years.

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