March 29th 2013

Power & Politics: How to increase our impact

In this presentation Mee-Yan Judge examines the importance of power, its importance to OD practitioners, as well as power strategies one can use to increase one’s impact and influence.

Topics covered in Mee-Yan Judge’s presentation include:
• The power continuum
• Organisation development value and the use of personal power
• How our personal history gives us both drivers and blockers of power and impact
• Seven dimensions of organisational political systems
• How power works in an organisational context
• The negative and positive faces of power
• Developing power bases to affect change
• Connecting power bases to power strategies
• Reputation management in the organisational context
• Increasing influence and impact

Dr Mee-Yan Judge is an expert in organisation development. She works with global organisations, across many sectors, to deliver transformative change. Mee-Yan Judge is an author of a large number of OD books, articles and reports, alongside a role on the editorial board of the Journal of OD Practitioners.

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