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Webinar: What to Do When Your Good Idea is Not Enough

by Samuel Bacharach

Webinar: What to Do When Your Good Idea is Not Enough
Item #: CNF0317C

“A good idea without execution is hallucination.”—Thomas Edison

In the current business climate, ideation and innovation need to be paired with the ability to work great ideas through the maze of the organization. Today’s organizations don’t have a creativity problem. They have an execution problem. In the context of the changing nature of organizations, with multiple businesses, global teams, solution vs. product sales, turf, etc., leaders at all levels must become agenda movers.

Whether you're a team leader trying to lead change and innovation in a large corporation, an entrepreneur trying to gain support, a politician trying to expand your coalition, or an individual trying to advance your career and build networks, this Soundview Live webinar will introduce you to the political and managerial leadership skills necessary to achieve results.

  • How to become an agenda mover who gets things done and makes things happen
  • How to master the pragmatic skills that turn innovative ideas into concrete realities
  • How to mobilize support and overcome resistance
  • How to sustain momentum, move the campaign, and achieve results
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