Presence says far more than words. That goes whether you’re meeting in person, on a virtual call, or with 1, 10, or 1000 people.
We coach leaders to make subtle non-verbal changes to level up their Executive Presence. It’s like professional athletes, where a small adjustment — a new grip or foot pattern — enormously ups their game.
Bottom Line: Strengthen Executive Presence to realize potential.
Executive Presence is a way of showing up that earns respect and cooperation from senior leaders, peers, and direct reports.
It used to mean “command & control” leadership.
Today’s version is a relaxed confidence that cultivates collaboration and calls others to be their best.
That’s the New Executive Presence. We call it “Partner”.
See what we mean in this video of three leadership styles —>
This is a different kind of executive coaching.
Virtually all expect to apply the learning immediately — in team meetings, 1 on 1’s, presentations.
And…the most profound results occur over time as leaders integrate the skills.
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