A Case Of Lost Influence: The Need For Flexibility And Exchanges

We all know them. They exist in every company. Many times they are smart people, sometime very smart. They lack influence and can’t pull together a team and draw the best effort out of people. Prof. Cohen looks at a case of failed influence and provides analysis and recommendations on how to avoid losing your own influence.

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