Mastering the Art of Persuasion: A Guide for Imaging Professionals

Margaret VanSchaayk, Research Analyst; HR Advancement Center, Advisory Board

On Demand | Expires 4/1/2022

*Approved by the ASRT for 1 Category A continuing education credit.

Think of a colleague or mentor who is an excellent negotiator. Why is he or she so effective in communicating their message, and essentially, getting their way? The answer is in the art of persuasion.

Persuasion involves getting people to do things that are in their own best interest that also benefit you. Mastering this skill will help you in both good times and bad—whether you’re an imaging professional negotiating a promotion or a department leader demanding more resources during a crisis.

This webinar will cover best practices for how best to advocate for yourself or your team in two common, yet oftentimes challenging, situations: when you need help, and when you have an idea that you want others in your organization to support.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how to effectively speak up and ask for help when you need it most
  • Learn how to persuade others to support your ideas
  • Gain tips to feel prepared and confident when advocating for yourself

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Margaret VanSchaayk
Research Analyst; HR Advancement Center, Advisory Board

Margaret VanSchaayk serves as a research analyst for the HR Advancement Center. In this role, Margaret supports HR executives to improve HR operations and advancing health systems. Her day-to-day work involves identifying best practice solutions and helping members implement these solutions.

Prior to joining the HR Advancement Center, Margaret worked on the Advisory Board’s Workforce Best Practice Collaborative, the firm’s global research membership for clinical executives, including chief nursing, medical and operating officers. Her areas of expertise include workforce analytics, diversity and inclusion, as well as employee health and wellness.

Margaret graduated from Wake Forest University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a Master of Arts in Bioethics.