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.
Today’s version differs from the past. Then, it was either “command & control” or “cajole to control”.
We call the new executive presence “Partner”. It’s about informal, relaxed confidence that invites collaboration.
See what we mean in this video of three executive presence 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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