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Influence TacticsPlay
Leverage can refer to strategies that increase someone's ability to guide decisions. SlideHe leveraged his expertise to influence the committee's choice.
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Negotiation StrengthPlay
In negotiations, leverage is your advantage that makes the other side more likely to agree. SlideTheir customer base gave them great leverage in negotiations.
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Non-Physical ForcePlay
'Leverage' often implies using non-violent means to reach a goal. SlideShe leveraged public opinion to press for the new law.