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Executive Presence: Playing High and Playing Low

There are good and bad aspects of playing high. When used appropriately, you can accomplish your goals and make others feel safe and protected, and you are more likely to get what you want. When used inappropriately, you can appear tyrannical, ruthless, uncaring or unconcerned about people around you. You may not appear open to relationships […]

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Executive Presence that Shows Determination

The physical disposition a leader adopts when she wants to resolve a conflict or focus on completing a mission is very different than the body she assumes when greeting clients or new employees. Effective leaders unconsciously change their physical presence when taking on different roles, but failing to align the body with the situation can lead to unpleasant or undesirable […]

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Do You Have Executive Presence?

Do others listen when you speak? Does your body language show others you are a leader? Take this 10-question survey to see how you measure up.     Did the results surprise you? Is there more you want to learn? If so, you can take a look at our 30 Days to Powerful Presence. This e-book provides you with simple […]

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Executive Presence: Six Self-Defeating Mistakes

You have decided you want to move up in the organization and now you know all the players. You have the passion and the drive, but you wonder if you are coming across as the leader you know you can be. Sometimes you think decision makers are not taking you seriously. Before you look further, […]

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Executive Presence: Strong Leaders Also Nurture

Nalph Nader is often quoted as saying, “The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.”  Few people who discuss leadership begin with the important component of nurturing. However, that is often the role truly effective leaders play. Effective leaders want to build a legacy. They want others to thrive. They genuinely […]

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Executive Presence in the Extremes

Since then, I have met a number of leaders whose presence seemed to intimidate rather than encourage interaction. In most cases, I found these people to be caring and concerned. However, their too powerful presence limited their effectiveness. I have encountered others I would assess as too flexible or too concerned with making connections. They […]

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