In this webinar, Valerie will impart the key skills needed for leaders to project the Executive Presence to motivate and challenge their direct reports. She will offer a complete understanding of Executive Presence, which is needed for getting promoted at work. Leaders, Managers, Individual Contributors, High Potentials and Baby Boomers will find this session useful.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- Executive Presence is a quality not many managers have and there are various definitions of Executive Presence
- Learn the updated definition and review the previous definitions which focused on the communication skills
- Leaders need to project confidence
- Executive Presence in current terms is an employee motivator
Are you a potential leader, manager, high potential or project manager or an HR manager training the next generation of leaders?
Has this happened to you? You realize that everyone around you is getting promoted except for you. The feedback you have received focuses on your superior ability to get results with the caveat that your communication lacks emotional-social intelligence.
If this sounds familiar and you are not sure what your next steps are, you need to take to improve your Executive Presence.
Executive presence is a set of skills that reflect a leader's readiness to be promoted and lead strategic initiatives
- The leader exudes self-confidence
- They use influence and emotional-social intelligent communication style balanced with a sincere drive for results
- Understand the business- strategically - knows how things work
- Lead team on an issue or challenge - work toward goal and results
- Choose appropriate modes to operate - negotiation, directness, results driven, etc
- Provides timely feedback
Component that often gets focused on: appearance that exudes self-confidence
Who will Benefit
- Effectively manages perceptions
- It is more than just dressing well
- Can be counted on when times are tough - inner winner mindset
This webcast will provide valuable assistance to all companies that export or import goods and need to be assured they will receive payment and their goods.
- Senior Project Managers
- Individual Contributors
- High Potentials
- HR Managers
- Baby Boomers
Executive Presence is a quality not many managers have. This is a broad term of which there are numerous connotations ranging from communication skills to the tactical. When an employee's superiors feel that the employee's communication lacks emotional and social intelligence; the prospects for promotion drop dramatically. In other words, all that this employee is lacking in is what is called Executive Presence. If an employee seems to have everything that makes a good employee and has been performing consistently, but yet fails to make it to the promotion level; then it is time for that employee to improve her Executive Presence.