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Synonyms for influence

Synonyms for influence

the power or capacity to produce a desired result

the power to produce an effect by indirect means

the strong effect exerted by one person or thing on another

to have an impact on in a certain way

Synonyms for influence

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There is no magic formula for influencing which will work for all people in all situations.
Trust is the cornerstone of effective influencing, but it can be challenging without having the positional power of executives.
We just need to look at who we are influencing and how we are influencing them.
(2004) "The Selection of a Business Major: Elements Influencing Student Choice and Implications for Outcomes Assessment," Journal of Education for Business, Vol.
* "Influencing" means promoting, supporting, affecting, modifying, opposing or delaying by any means, including the providing of or use of information, statistics, studies, or analysis." (2)
That study's finding that age must influence risk for infection rather than only influencing risk for death is therefore suspect.
These are two obvious examples of children influencing adult behavior, but subtler influences also exist.
Coaches have the opportunity to reward the game and our profession by positively influencing their brethren with their time, energy or resources.
They described how changing technological and economic factors were influencing the world of work, which, in turn, affected how practitioners conducted career assessment.
The current dominant paradigm influencing academic thought and government economic policy, neoclassical economics, focuses on the market forces that effect economic exchange.
Of those who responded, reactions were mixed as to how they perceived the Islamic faith influencing the world; about a third said that the influence was a negative one, about a third thought it was a positive one, and another third believed Islam had some, but not much influence on the world.
Thus, when dealing with the teams in these situations, OSCs must preserve their continued efforts to collaboratively negotiate their perspectives and options by influencing them to accept any divisive outcomes in a palatable way, based on rationality and the needs of those to be influenced.
The accompanying qualitative study (Woodhouse, Jopling-Sayre, Livingood, 2001) helped to confirm the differences in enforcement among the counties that were studied and helped clarify the dynamics of how enforcement may have been influencing tobacco use behavior (reducing role modeling associated with young people smoking in high visibility locations).
While examination of the current status of the capital markets and the factors influencing those markets leads one to the conclusion that the real estate market in the U.S.