What approach do you take in getting your people to accept your ideas or department goals?

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meghna

  • Jul 15th, 2005
 

I listen to what they have to say. If i find any flaws i point it out and then present my idea which is flawless from my point of view. If someone has doubts i would clarify them and then convince them to accept my idea with maybe some minor changes

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Alan

  • May 22nd, 2006
 

meghna Wrote: I listen to what they have to say. If i find any flaws i point it out and then present my idea which is flawless from my point of view. If someone has doubts i would clarify them and then convince them to accept my idea with maybe some minor changes

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axelleb

  • Dec 14th, 2008
 

When trying to influence people, I usually try to put myself in their position and think about their perspective. I'm then able to present thoughts to them in a way more likely to end in success.

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Make them feel that they are also part of my idea. This will enable to be more receptive and I will also be receptive if they improve on that idea. This will get improved ideas to come.

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