How to Develop your Presence and Influence

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Influencing others has always been an important skill and it will become even more critical in a post-COVID world. To create positive change in the world, we need to influence people who have more power than we do and convince them to listen to us. Drawing on material from her new book, “Making Your Voice Heard”, Professor Locke provides practical tips for how to build your bases of power, influence others, and make your voice heard. This event is part of the LSE Festival’s “Skills for a Post-COVID World” series. #LSEFestival​ This event was streamed live on Facebook on 2 March 2021: https://www.facebook.com/lseps/live

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