Have you ever had a challenge encouraging people to get involved in a project? Do you find some people put more effort into fighting a new idea or initiative than actually giving it a chance to succeed? We all experience these frustrations. The ability to influence people to go in a certain direction is a great sign of leadership. Here’s a way to get the team support and buy-in you need – even from the most difficult people.
Whether you are in charge of a new company project or trying to get service club members motivated to volunteer, we all have to call on people to pitch in. In many ways, our business and personal success depends on our ability to sell our ideas to entice people to become proactive. Some are eager and often willing to help out. The challenge rests with motivating the others, who for whatever reason, need encouragement and the occasional nudge or kick to get involved.
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