You can get a lot more done if people are actually listening to you. Learn about strategies to get them to take notice so that they're more likely to act on your ideas and suggestions.
- If you want to have an impact at work,…to have your ideas heard,…your suggestions taken seriously,…and your initiative supported,…you need to be viewed as credible.…Now, of course you have a baseline of credibility,…because people already know you, like you,…and understand that you work hard…and do a good job.…But that's different from being viewed…as a credible authority on a particular topic.…Too many smart professionals don't think about that at all,…and leave other's perception of them to chance.…Frankly, that's a risky strategy.…With just a little bit of effort,…you can make it far more likely…that your contributions will be well received,…and that the ideas you champion…will move forward successfully.…
So let's talk about three ways…you can accelerate your professional outcomes…by ensuring you're viewed as credible.…First, if you have experience or credentials…related to the topic at hand,…make sure people are aware of that.…Sometimes professionals downplay their resume,…because they assume it would look like bragging…
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