Are You Influencing How Decisions Get Made at Work?

You don’t have to be the most senior person in the room to influence the decision-making process

Are you influencing how decisions get made at work?
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You don’t have to be a leader to influence how decisions are made at work.

You can be an influential informal leader, or you can just be you.




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