6 Ways to Expand Your Leadership & Experience Greater Career Velocity

September 30, 2014
6 Ways to Expand Your Leadership & Experience Greater Career Velocity

Companies hate to see valuable human resources not being utilized to the optimum degree. So any organization will give extra leadership responsibility to anyone who demonstrates that they are ready to handle it. #1 Expand Your Capability That’s why the trick to ensuring your predictable promotion is to develop your leadership skills beyond your current…

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Body Language That Automatically Raises Executive Presence

September 26, 2014
Body Language That Automatically Raises Executive Presence

Mixed messages or ones that fly right past your radar screen can weaken your effectiveness in business and undermine your executive presence (EP). Unfortunately, many leaders take communication too literally and make the mistake of not reading what is silently said between the lines. Knowing how to understand body language taps into a whole new…

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4 Ways to Leverage Executive Presence Into Positive Change

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September 16, 2014
4 Ways to Leverage Executive Presence Into Positive Change

Real leadership means being a positive change agent for your organization. To exude that kind of contagious and persuasive influence it takes a well-defined and developed executive presence. A huge component of that is intentionally cultivated emotional intelligence. Here are four ways to continually raise your emotional I.Q. and utilize your executive presence as a…

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Sarah’s Take on the EP Buzz Within Corporate America

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August 26, 2014
Sarah’s Take on the EP Buzz Within Corporate America

For years I’ve worked with many multi-national corporations to offer professional development seminars and private executive presence coaching, and the experience teaches me a great deal. I have learned a lot within the past few months, too, as more and more companies and leaders are appreciating the importance of executive presence. Substance vs. Superficiality For…

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