1. Building Team Buy-In: Tangible Strategies to Make Projects Succeed

Building Team Buy-In: Tangible Strategies to Make Projects Succeed

Event ID: 73769
Session ID: 16474
Duration: Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter(s): Chris Martinez, executive director, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital Foundation
Credits: Certificate of Attendance


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We often spend a lot of time focusing on the quality of a solution/project and little to no time thinking about how to ensure the idea/change is adopted and sustainable. This can lead to a great idea having less of an impact than we thought. In this training, we will teach you how to build buy-in with the individuals involved with an initiative to help you ensure successful adoption and even passion for the task. You will learn both tactics and receive tips to implement.

Please join Chris Martinez as he engages you on the fundamentals and key strategies for building a successful project by getting the right consensus from the right stakeholders. You’ll learn how to reach your potential by developing smart, strategic, and lasting relationships with everyone in the paradigm. We will do all this with a focus on genuinely improving your relationships and your organization’s overall performance while helping your entire team make even more of an impact and feel good about it. Consider coming with a project in mind and as you listen you will be able to begin to build a plan to help your change strategy.


Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:

  • Build buy-in so success is possible
  • Identify and learn about tools and tactics to make buy-in real
  • Find out how it will serve everyone's goals
  • Understand the different approaches for different types of people
  • Learn how to use guided questions to lead people toward impact
  • Build the needed urgency it get it done

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