Executive presence classes that empower leaders
Embody Executive Presence
Effective leaders exude a self-awareness, credibility, and integrity that give them the edge to persuade others and grow a business. In this executive presence class, author and consultant Sylvia Ann Hewlett explains that the distance between merit and success is bridged by these subtle leadership signals.
- Communication Skills
- Getting Feedback
- Identify the key qualities of executive presence.
- Assess your gravitas.
- Assess your professional appearance.
- Assess your communication skills.
- Ask for the type of feedback you need.
Mastering The Confidence Code
We often think of confidence as a natural marker of leadership ability, but bestselling author and journalist Claire Shipman reasons that many people, women especially, are unconsciously trained to avoid speaking up or taking risks. This miscalibration leaves women spinning their wheels, waiting for consensus, and deferring to others, while those around them gain valuable experience through risk-taking.
- Acknowledge The Confidence Gap
- Self-Reflect on Your Journey with Confidence
- Don’t Ruminate, Rewire
- Let Go of Perfectionism
- When in Doubt, Act
- Speak Up Without Upspeak
- Embrace Your Intrinsic Strengths
- Recognize how the confidence gap manifests in organizations.
- Learn ways to begin closing the confidence gap by empowering others.
- Let go of perfectionism to build self-confidence.
- Cultivate an action-oriented growth mindset.
- Embrace the different ways men and women display confidence.
Becoming a Fluent Leader
In this executive presence class, Jane Hyun – leadership strategist and author – discusses how to recognize power gaps within an organization, and speak the language necessary for bridging them. This is an essential skill for leaders navigating today’s fast-paced and globalized world.
- Get Out of Your Comfort Zone
- The Art of Flexing in Theory
- The Art of Flexing in Practice
- Engage Millennials
- Define and recognize the benefits of flexible leadership.
- Develop your “flex” skills.
- Develop communication skills.
- Better engage with people different than yourself.