Office Politics: Successful Networks and Career Influencers
Successful Networks and Career Influencers
Let’s face it working with people is an important part of our success in society. Intentional action will transform your relationships while creating successful networks achieving the results you are seeking. Three tips to use this week to step out of politics and into building successful networks.
1. Identify the relationships that are vital to your success as a leader. Remember to include reports, peers and managers, these are your influencers.
2. What is your ideal result with your career influencers?
3. How can your organization benefit from you building a positive relationship with the influencers?
4. What steps can you start this week?
This Havard Business Review article has great tips and context to help you explore this topic.
“Good politics, on the other hand, involve advancing one’s interests but not to the neglect of other people’s rights or the organization’s legitimate interests. Good politics include acceptable ways of getting recognition for your contributions, having your ideas taken seriously, and influencing what other people think and what decisions get made.”
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