Have You Ever Been Leaned On? Do you know that leaning is the easiest, most positive, most useful, and most effective way to get people to act on an idea? Leaning is a powerful way to influence others because it is sunny, cheerful, free, andMoreHave You Ever Been Leaned On? Do you know that leaning is the easiest, most positive, most useful, and most effective way to get people to act on an idea? Leaning is a powerful way to influence others because it is sunny, cheerful, free, and easy to use. If you want to influence others without being manipulative and devious, you will want to learn how to: Give Something Up Front Knock Often Exude Civility Elevate Aspirations Maintain Harmony Go for a JND Let Their Lights Shine Radiate Confidence The Gentle Juggernaut helps you to influence people to do good work.
The approaches are particularly useful for business leaders, managers, and supervisors, government workers and officials, teachers, club officers, college and city officials, salespeople, secretaries, retirees, and parents. The most exciting thing is that these subtle but powerful approaches and ideas can be equally useful at work, home, and in ones personal life!
R. Wayne Pace Dr. Pace has a deep and abiding interest in what energizes workers in all types of organizations. He has raised the question in all parts of the world as a leader of seminars, a lecturer, and a professor. He has written about communication, human resource development, and leadership in more than two-dozen books, including Organizational Dynamism, Organizational Communication, Powerful Leadership, Training Across Multiple Locations, The Human Transaction, and Techniques of Effective Communication.
He also lectures on organizational learning, competitiveness, and individual and organizational change. Wayne has been widely recognized for his contributions to the fields of communication and human resource development, receiving a research excellence award from Brigham Young University, the outstanding member award from division four of the International Communication Association, the award of excellence from the Management Development PPA of the American Society for Training and Development, and the individual quality and excellence award from the Professors Network of the American Society for Training and Development.