Leadership Planning and Development: Influencing Without Authority

Leadership Planning and Development: Influencing Without Authority

As a leader or manager, what types of power are available to you? Which ones do you use most? Why do you think that most leaders or managers in real daily life have been performing leadership effectiveness? Does position really make you a leader?  I am going to discuss about leadership as the proven effective development of vision and strategies. The alignment of related team member behind those strategies, and empowerment approach of individuals to make a different and achieve business objectives. I wouldn’t bring up academic stuff and discussion, but really practical ways in dealing with a situation you have been facing every day. Try to inspire audiences in learning processes of getting into every point of each cases and also get a full feeling of it. Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with our passion. 

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Ashton Lee

Ashton Lee
Vice President of Quality & Service

AIC

Ashton Lee moved to beautiful California from Taiwan in 2009. He studied business administration in Yuan‐Ze University and earned his MBA degree. From the entry sales position which was selling IBM PC to top 500 companies and government, he learned how to build trust and make partnership with customer and provide excellent services. In high competitive computer hardware market, his roles included internal customer instructor, sales operation manager, director of sales and currently work for AIC as VP of Quality & Service in greater Los Angeles Area. Ashton had been serving in local church as one of volunteer leadership team for more than ten years. Passionate about helping people around him: find a job, share management skill, hang out for enjoying fun times. He is a leadership learner, TUV Certified ISO 9001 Internal auditor as well as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Trainer.