Learn how to take ownership of the room when meeting with others.
- Some people seem to command the room better than others.…They have executive presence,…an authentic energy that communicates to others…your confidence, poise, and that you have what it takes…to get the job done.…Your ability to command a room will directly enhance…your leadership power and influence.…Let's talk about how you can demonstrate executive presence.…First, you need to enter the room with intention.…
I once walked in for a job interview…with the executive team I'd be working with…like I own the room…and that set the stage for the interview.…And you know what?…I got the job.…When you enter a room with intention, arrive at the door,…pause for a moment, and take everything in.…Move purposefully toward the seat you want…and take it confidently.…By the way, the seat you choose will vary…depending on the reason for the gathering…and the room arrangement.…
And speaking of seats, position matters.…If you're running the meeting,…be sure to sit at the head of the table.…If you're a participant in the meeting,…try to sit as close to your boss as possible.…
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- Determining your boss's management style
- Pushing back and saying no when necessary
- Practicing self-promotion
- Making great impressions
- Avoiding pitfalls
- Building productive team relationships
- Establishing credibility
- Evaluating your team
- Building a team of all-stars
- Getting team members engages
- Managing your peers
- Being influential and staying sharp