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Expert Talk: Office Politics - Change it

Organisational Politics Episode 4

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6m 38s
Language:  English
We now arrive that the final important stage in our Antidote No 1 for confronting political conflicts and it is all about options and change.
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This fourth of five episodes explores the final important stage in our antidote for confronting political conflicts and it is all about options and change. It also contains some new and surprising ideas about the joy and pain of winning at politics. The desire to win is natural, especially if we are competitive by nature but victory comes with inherent risks that we need to be mindful of, so the final stage is all about negotiating ways forward that will be surprising and again, perhaps a little counter intuitive. 

About the Author

Mike Phipps

Mike is a professionally qualified facilitator, consultant and trainer with over 20 years’ global experience in delivering high quality learning and development interventions to organisations. 

He is one of Europe’s leading experts in power, influence, negotiation and organisational politics. He helps leaders and managers identify their personal power and influence and to navigate organisational politics more effectively.

Mike is BookBoon author of 21 Sources of Power at Work.  He is also co-author of 21 Dirty Tricks at Work (2006), Political Dilemmas at Work (2008) and sole author of 21 Dirty Tricks at Work (Again!) (2016). He recently published  21 Dirty Tricks in Negotiation (2017) and 21 Dirty Tricks in Sales, both co written with Spoken Word Ltd consultant Frances Tipper. All these titles are available from Amazon and other booksellers. He has also been published in various trade magazines including a front cover article for Training Journal that featured the power research quoted in 21 Sources of Power at Work.

Mike is married with two teenage boys who have taught him more about power, influence (and manipulation) than any other learning opportunity. He is also a songwriter for the UK based band The Reform Club.