- What is executive presence?
- Common myths about executive presence
- Building your executive presence
- Making a long-lasting impression
- Selling your ideas to peers and the C-suite
- Promoting yourself
- Communicating with confidence
- Finding a sponsor or mentor
- Commanding a room
Skill Level Intermediate
- When you look and act like a successful leader, when you've got executive presence, people take notice. That it-quality sends a signal to others that you're confident and composed. It also conveys to those around you that you are in charge. I'm Roberta Matuson, author of The Magnetic Leader, and I'm known as The Talent Maximizer. I help organizations maximize their talent, and I help people who want to take their careers to the top.
I've been an executive, and I'm not going to sugarcoat things in this course. My entry in and out would have been a heck of a lot smoother had someone been brutally honest with me. Well, consider me your someone. I'm going to show you what it takes to land a seat in the executive suite. We'll start with a discussion on what exactly executive presence is and why it's important to your career. I'll share some ideas on how to build and sustain your presence.
We'll learn how to sell your ideas to your peers and to those in the C-suite. I'll give you some tips on how to self-promote and how to get others to follow your lead. And I'll cover what C-suite women need to know about executive presence when dealing with other executives and board members. If your goal is to make it to the top, this course is for you.