3 Critical Questions About Influence Every Aspiring Leader Should Be Asking

If you’re looking for an invite to “the table,” make sure you know how to effectively balance what you know, who you know, and how you’re known.

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It is entirely possible that, while you see yourself as a valuable resource, others may only see you as a repository.

Competent people are seen as a repository of information, but it’s relationtional chemistry that determines if and how that repository gets tapped.

You cannot control your reputation because it doesn’t belong to you. It belongs to the people who maintain a subjective opinion about you.

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Ryan Marshall Dunlap

Conflict Strategist | Former Hostage Negotiator | Founder of Conflictish.com | I Help leaders navigate all the ‘ish that comes with conflict.