Tactics for making your influence more potent

05/2/2013 | B2C Marketing Insider

The best way to influence people above you is to use data to show how something can be improved, Joseph Grenny writes. When interacting with someone who seems apathetic, personal experiences are better than slide presentations or verbal appeals. "The bottom line is this: if you want to change your career, you should invest anything it takes to expand your influence repertoire," he writes.

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