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You Can Master the 3 Ways to Influence People

3 Ways to influence

3 Ways to influence
  • Logical appeals tap into people’s rational and intellectual positions. 
  • Emotional appeals connect your message, goal, or project to individual goals and values..
  • Cooperative appeals involve collaboration (what will you do together?), consultation (what ideas do other people have?), and alliances (who already supports you or has the credibility you need?). 

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You Can Master the 3 Ways to Influence People

You Can Master the 3 Ways to Influence People

https://www.ccl.org/articles/leading-effectively-articles/three-ways-to-influence/

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Key Ideas

To choose an influencing tactics:

  • Assess the situation. Be clear about whom you need to influence and what you want to accomplish.
  • Know your audience. Identify and understand your stakeholders and their needs. 
  • Review your ability. What tactics do you use most often?  What new tactics could you try in this situation? 
  • Brainstorm your approach. What tactics would work best? Which logical appeals will be most effective? How could you make an emotional or cooperative appeal?  etc. 

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