Great leaders seem to have the uncanny ability to readily create large networks of people who help them and their teams get things done; approvals are given, resources are provided, projects are financed and decisions are made. Other leaders seem to struggle to get even the smallest things accomplished within the organization. What’s the difference between these leaders? The leaders who have these networks understand that their real power comes not from their position but from their ability to build strong, lasting connections with others in the organization. In this workshop, participants will learn how to use a proven, four-step interpersonal process to readily make connections with others both inside and outside their organizations.