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Making an Impact

Top tips for making an impact and working effectively while out of the office

Making an Impact
With home and hybrid working on the rise, Professor Connson Locke from the Department of Management shares her top tips for making an impact and working effectively while out of the office. What are your top tips for working from home and making your voice heard?
How to Develop your Presence and Influence

LSE Festival Skills

How to Develop your Presence and Influence
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.
LSE Online Event with Connson Locke

Making Your Voice Heard

LSE Online Event with Connson Locke
Power vs Influence

Making Your Voice Heard

Power vs Influence
Connson speaks at a Northbank Speakers Webinar about Power vs Influence.
Channels of Communication

Making Your Voice Heard

Channels of Communication
Connson speaks at a Northbank Speakers Webinar about Channels of Communication.
LSE Innovators
LSE Innovators
The LTI series of case studies, LSE Innovators, highlights the people who are leading and living innovative practice in their teaching. LSE Innovators seek ways to integrate technology in order to enhance the student experience, renew their own teaching practice and transform the way their discipline is shaped and taught.
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Can sharing of information be influenced by the body language of a leader? Dr Connson Locke, Senior Lecturer in Practice at LSE's Department of Management, discusses her recent behavioural study.
Gearty Grilling

Connson Locke on the value of women in the workforce

Gearty Grilling
Connson Locke, Assistant Professor of Management, discusses her research which shows that organisations benefit from a more diverse workforce.