Power & Influence – OE Editorial Power & Influence – OE Editorial
Power & Influence - OE Editorial
  Welcome to this edition of The OE Editorial. Power is fascinating. Some people have it, others don’t and some think they have it (but they don’t). Leaders need power. They must have the ability to persuade others to behave in a certain way in order to move the organisation forwards. All too of ...
Martyn Sakol
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Power & Influence - OE Editorial
Great Conversations in a Time of Trouble Great Conversations in a Time of Trouble
Great Conversations in a Time of Trouble

We’re in troubled times – in the political world, truth, trust and meaning are falling apart, fuelled by highly polarised social media exchanges. In such uncertain, uncomfortable times it’s even more important to understand what great conversations are made of (they have more than 140 characters). ...

Mark Goodridge
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Great Conversations in a Time of Trouble
The Power Adaptor: from Diagnostic to Development The Power Adaptor: from Diagnostic to Development
The Power Adaptor: from Diagnostic to Development

The most persuasive leaders understand their natural preference (in terms of influencing styles) and can assess which type of persuasion method will be most effective in any given situation. Do you tend to rely on logos, pathos or ethos? Can you quickly adapt your style to maintain your power?

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Toni Marshall
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The Power Adaptor: from Diagnostic to Development
Corporate Leadership – Where Does the Power Lie? Corporate Leadership – Where Does the Power Lie?
Corporate Leadership - Where Does the Power Lie?

Within large corporates there often exists an uneasy power relationship between Group Centre and its Divisional MDs. The Centre holds the purse strings but the divisions are held to account to bring in the profit upon which the Group relies. So who should have what power, and how should it be exer ...

Gary Ashton
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Corporate Leadership - Where Does the Power Lie?
How to Make Friends and Influence Others… How to Make Friends and Influence Others…
How to Make Friends and Influence Others...

Even when people have formal power, they may not have legitimacy; that is, others do not recognise their authority. What are the different sources of power and how can leaders utilise these in different environments to achieve a win:win scenario?

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Hazel McLaughlin
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How to Make Friends and Influence Others...

Power & Influence

Power & Influence – OE Editorial

Power & Influence – OE Editorial

  Welcome to this edition of The OE Editorial. Power is fascinating. Some people have it, others don’t and some think they have it (but.. Read More →
Great Conversations in a Time of Trouble

Great Conversations in a Time of Trouble

We’re in troubled times – in the political world, truth, trust and meaning are falling apart, fuelled by highly polarised social media exchanges. In such.. Read More →
The Power Adaptor: from Diagnostic to Development

The Power Adaptor: from Diagnostic to Development

The most persuasive leaders understand their natural preference (in terms of influencing styles) and can assess which type of persuasion method will be most effective.. Read More →
Corporate Leadership – Where Does the Power Lie?

Corporate Leadership – Where Does the Power Lie?

Within large corporates there often exists an uneasy power relationship between Group Centre and its Divisional MDs. The Centre holds the purse strings but the.. Read More →
How to Make Friends and Influence Others…

How to Make Friends and Influence Others…

Even when people have formal power, they may not have legitimacy; that is, others do not recognise their authority. What are the different sources of.. Read More →
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