Reading a room is the first step to executive presence and creating influence. Three quick keys: 1) pay attention to non-verbal cues 2) being fully present and undistracted and 3) practice global listening.
Personal brand matters for organizational leaders just as much, if not more than for businesses and media stars. Your brand is like having an army of spokespersons whispering positive things about you when you are not around. More important, as a decision make and change agent, knowing your brand well helps you to really good decisions
Do you have the three key skills to advance your career? There are three essential skills that professional women and men must master to advance their career. The good news is that all these skills … read more
As leaders who have to balance busy home and work lives, finding calm is a great way to distinguish yourself from your peers. In this calm you are the best position to demonstrate executive presence, superior decision making and levelheadedness.