When we strive for change, we can’t just modify any random behaviour. We need to change the vital behaviour that carries disproportionate impact on our success. Finding that vital behaviour is the key to our success.
The best influencers focus on changing behaviours of disproportionate influence. These are VITAL behaviours. If you want your results to change, you have to change the behaviours that have the most leverage in accomplishing your goal.
Goals are great — but they’re not what drives change. If we hope to achieve the goals we set, we have to change behaviour.
Wish people would do what you needed them to? With better skills to influence, maybe you could get that loud co-worker to quiet down or another co-worker to meet their deadlines. Here’s how:
When we connect and really get to know people, the workplace functions better, people work through their differences, and real meaning emerges. Learn how to build real connection, here:
To make a difference in the lives of those around us, we need to connect, and connection is only possible by being physically and mentally present.
Knowing people is different than knowing about people. When we know people, we connect. Connection is essential in everything we do, whether we’re trying to influence change, hold people accountable, or create new visions. As an HR specialist, connection is especially critical in addressing difficult issues.