Promoting brilliant ideas: Influencing stakeholders to endorse your outside-the-box recommendations
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
12 noon – 1pm
Presented by: Catherine Lombardozzi, Learning 4 Learning Professionals
One of the biggest challenges that L&D professionals at all levels face is getting buy-in for brilliant ideas – you want to introduce creative designs, advocate emerging approaches, and experiment with innovative techniques. But it can be difficult to get support for implementing some of these brilliant ideas in the workplace. These shiny ideas often take time to develop; they involve some risk; they are unfamiliar territory to the powers that be; and all that skepticism and resistance can be tough to overcome. In this session, you’ll learn the key communication and influence factors that can help you ensure that your brilliant ideas get a chance to shine.
*Registration for this session hosted by TrainingIndustry.com.
About Catherine Lombardozzi:
Catherine Lombardozzi is founder of Learning 4 Learning Professionals, a consulting practice dedicated to supporting the professional development of designers, facilitators, faculty, learning consultants, and learning leaders. Catherine holds a doctoral degree in Human and Organizational Learning from George Washington University, and is a frequent contributor to industry conferences and journals. She blogs at www.learningjournal.wordpress.com, and you can learn more about her background at www.L4LP.com. Contact her at clombardozzi@L4LP.com.
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