by Becky Livingston
There are times when work is just a four letter word. I’m sure you’ll agree, there are those moments when being effective and productive is more painful than stubbing your toe on the bed post.
However, what’s really challenging is being a creative professional working in a non-creative industry for non-creative decision-makers. How do you do it? Well, that’s part of the charm of being a creative person. You have the skill set to adapt to any situation. You are a knowledge worker – aka super hero.
This month’s article focuses on how you can help those who don’t do your day-to-day work to understand what you do and how you can positively impact the bottom line through decisions made by others. Click below to read the full article.
Influencing Up – Working with Non-Creative Decision Makers. By Becky Livingston
You're scheduled for a presentation. Maybe presenting to a few decision-makers, perhaps speaking to a larger audience. Either way, positive actions beforehand can make you a stronger presenter. Here are five suggestions: 1. Live with your audience Once you commit to a...