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Too many managers do not have the promotable trait called Executive Presence. There are numerous definitions-some focus simply on the communication skills others focus on skills that are too tactical.Leaders need to project the Executive Presence to motivate and challenge their direct reports. Learn the key skills for Executive Presence-that reflect your readiness to be promoted.

Why should you Attend:

FUD: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

Leaders, managers, individual contributors, high potentials, baby boomers, etc.

Areas Covered in the Session:

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

Effectively manages perceptions

It is more than just dressing well

Can be counted on when times are tough-inner winner mindset

Who Will Benefit:



High Potentials

Senior Project Manager

HR Managers


Valerie Pelan

Event link : Want to Get Promoted: Do You Have Executive Presence

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