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As a manager your role may involve:
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managing a range of complex and conflicting perspectives to move towards a shared solution
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influencing people over whom you have no authority, who may also have leadership roles
supporting collaborative approaches with people who use your service, and with workers at all levels in the workforce.
Personal SkillsA number of resources for personal skills development are hosted on Good Practice for leaders and managers including negotiation and influencing. Registration or an Athens username is needed – but if you work in Social Services and don’t already have one, you can request one from Social Services Knowledge Scotland (SSKS).
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"Good intent is not sufficient to bring about change and research participants identified leaders’ ability to influence other people: ‘persuade and influence decisions in places where you have no objective authority."