The first step is to understand the definition of power and influence.
Common energies in the workplace include the energy to act, to have power, to produce and to have an effect. Power is your ability and influence is the effect that is produce from your ability. This means your act of power produces an effect. Influence is interpreted as an act of power that produces the desired effect. Our speaker shares that power does not have to be boisterous or callous in order to be influential. This video reviews different types of workplace influence and the effect of each one.
Renee Jean, MPA
Renée Jéan MPA
- More than 21 years of extensive government relations, customer service, communications, grants administration, and strategic planning experience
- Expertise of government organizational culture at city, county, state, and federal levels
- Award-winning influential writer of hundreds of proposals, yielding more than $60 million in grants and awards
- Revenue Enhancement Consultant to non-governmental organizations (NGO)
- Honorable Mentioned JM Family Enterprise, Inc. Achievers Award for Community Service
- Member of Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration
- Holds a Master of Public Administration Degree from Nova South-eastern University
- Can be contacted at [email protected]
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