A person with strong executive presence is known to be “leadership material.” They exude a variety of qualities and skills that instill confidence regarding their ability to lead. They are the people who rise to the top quickly and are selected for special projects and promotions.
Executive presence can be improved through intentional focus. There are a variety of skills that you can practice and grow. Knowing what to do to increase your executive presence is critical for managing perception and professional growth.
Specific learning outcomes will be personalized for your audience and will vary depending on which training format you select and will cover:
- Understanding executive presence and how it affects both you and your colleagues
- Three critical attributes of great leaders with strong executive presence
- Practicing how you “show up” in both formal and extemporaneous settings
- Using influence when you do not have access to direct decision-making power
- Practical tips for appearing confident and collected
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Food for thought:
Trust in a leader is built through consistent, calm behavior.
Facilitators provided excellent, practical examples and were able to deliver in a detailed and engaging way. Many of the points were easily within reach and good reminders of things that I can practice on a day to day basis.