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Linda Rising's Fearless Change - Patterns for Introducing New Ideas
We attend conferences or read books and articles, discover new ideas we want to bring into our organizations, but we often struggle when trying to implement those changes. Unfortunately, those introducing change are not always welcomed with open arms.
This Fearless Change course offers proven change management strategies to help you become a more successful agent of change in your organization.
In this Fearless Change seminar, Linda Rising shows you how the lessons from her book, Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas, can help you to succeed. To find out more, please go here
Linda Rising's Influence Strategies for Practitioners
You’ve tried and tried to convince people of your position. You’ve laid out your logical arguments on impressive PowerPoint slides—but you are still not able to sway them. Cognitive scientists understand that the approach you are taking is rarely successful. Often you must speak to others’ subconscious motivators rather than their rational, analytic side.
Linda Rising shares influence strategies that you can use to more effectively convince others to see things your way. These strategies take advantage of a number of hardwired traits. To find out more, please go here
Linda Rising's Patterns for Improved Customer Interaction
With the emphasis on in-depth customer interaction during development, team members are being asked to take an active role in working with customers. This evolving role poses a big challenge for many who, in the past, rarely met “real” customers.
Linda Rising presents patterns for improved customer interation that she has used successfully to help you with your direct, face-to-face interactions with customers. These patterns describe solutions to common problems that occur again and again dealing with customers and users.
The patterns Linda discusses have memorable names such as It’s A Relationship—Not A Sale, Be Responsive, Show Personal Integrity, Build Trust, and Take Your Licks. Pattern names build a vocabulary that allows you and your development team to have meaningful conversations about — and to ultimately improve — customer relationships and the software you deliver. To find out more, please go here