Creating buy-in is ultimately about influencing others, not making demands on them. If you need to build support to get something done or must work collaboratively with others over the long haul, it's worth the investment in honing your skills. One of the most critical business and personal skills is getting buy-in for your vision.
So how do you create buy-in? Start with Why.
Simon Sinek has a famous concept of the "golden circle" to inspire others. This is about lifting yourself out of what you do and how you do it in order to think about why you do what you do.
In this session: Oftentimes, when we believe our organization should make a change, we have a natural tendency to tell our peers or leaders why we should make the change and drive home the potential benefits of doing so. However, while we have made the most convincing case possible, no change occurs. We will focus on why that happens and how to get better results.
Women & Hi Tech's 3 Part Virtual Professional Development Series, led by Emily Shaw, will be a structured set of virtual interactive workshops that provide ongoing group training and application opportunities for small groups to work together to make big change.
- Each virtual workshop will be 75 minutes and will include large group and small group breakout session discussions.
- Small group follow-up work will also be provided after each workshop. This will be facilitated via pre-recorded videos and sent to small groups to lead discussion and complete provided exercises on their own time.
The objective of the workshop series is to help participants develop skills and abilities that may currently be overlooked. It is designed to take participants from awareness to knowing to skill-building applications.
Join us for one, two, or all three sessions!
Meet Emily Shaw, Sales Coach at Lushin, Inc.
While best known for sales coaching and training, Emily loves bringing elements of what she teaches to a myriad of roles within organizations. She works with CEOs, VPs, Project Managers, Salespeople, Help Desk analysts, and Managers of many functions, to enable them to achieve success by building both their people skills and organizational processes. Her work is personal—as a mom of two girls, Emily loves supporting women who are building a successful career and supporting their family through their work.
At her core, Emily is driven to succeed. She's competitive, hungry and loves to inspire others to live up to their potential.
To learn more about Emily and Women & Hi Tech Beacon Sponsor Lushin, please visit: