Your stakeholder may not be exactly hostile, but it probably feels like that at times. If so, and you'd like to learn how to handle these difficult situations, take a look at my new (free) series.
Doesn't it seem that way at times. No matter how hard you try, they won't level with you about what is really going on...
Sometimes you have to give out tough message. Choosing the right level of tact that will get the right result isn't easy. Here's how to do it.
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Colin Gautrey is an author, trainer and executive coach who has specialised in the field of power and influence for over ten years. He combines solid research with deep personal experience in corporate life to offer his clients critical yet simple insights into how to get results with greater influence.
Based in the UK, Colin has a wealth of experience in various disciplines including Mergers and Acquisitions, International Strategy, Information Technology, Sales and Leadership Development. His passion and enthusiasm lies in the subject of influence and in helping people use this skill with integrity.
- Warwick Business SchoolMBA, 1996 - 2005
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