"One for all and all for one!"
The Three Musketeers illustrate the power of buy-in. Together, they conquered seemingly impossible odds.
Unfortunately, a lack of buy-in often undermines great initiatives. While getting support can be a painstaking, personal and repetitive process, it's worth it in the long run.
Here are four common excuses for avoiding buy-in, and how to overcome them.
Getting buy-in can be tough and time-consuming, but do you have a choice? Think of the alternative: wasting time, money and morale on a program that sits idle. Learn how your team can raise its' EQ and become more collaborative, innovative and transparent. Contact The Porter Authority.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A well-traveled guide in a diverse array of organizational cultures, Emily Porter has a distinct POV marked by large doses of realism, empathy and outright humor. She has lived and worked in DC, NYC, Boston, Richmond, VA, Minneapolis and now Portland, OR.