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Leadership - Inspire, Convince and Galvanise Others

By Alison Haill|16.01.2017

You don’t have to lead a corporation or head a political party to be a leader. You can lead an SME, a team or a project. But could you do it more effectively if you change how you communicate?

What new leadership skills can help you inspire, convince, galvanise others?

You don’t have to lead a corporation or head a political party to be a leader. You can lead an SME, a team or a project. But could you do it more effectively if you change how you communicate?

When we want to get something done, or make something happen, it involves convincing and inspiring others to join in and follow. That’s when it’s a matter of leadership, not just management.

And that’s when it matters how you communicate, if you want the best and most efficient results.

Leadership communication

Whatever the project, how you communicate makes a huge difference to its success, how easily it is achieved – and, more importantly, how far (and how willingly) your followers cooperate.

Planning helps. Strategy too of course.  But in implementing plans, communication distinguishes ‘effective’ from ‘average’.

Read the full article to see how to inspire, convince and galvanise your team.

 

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