“Being perceived as leadership material is essential to being promoted into leadership positions”, according to a new study by the Center for Talent Innovation, a non-profit research organization in New York.
Performance alone no longer dictates promotions and opportunities for advancement in the workplace. Leaders are now required to have Executive Presence. Executive Presence is the combination of behaviors and attitudes that enable you to clearly and confidently express your ideas and influence others.
While every industry has unique variations of Executive Presence, leadership can be obtained by creating an identity associated with confidence, clear communication skills, a vision and the ability to lead and inspire others. After this series, you will have the knowledge, tools and support to take the next steps in your leadership journey.
This three part series breaks down Executive Presence- What exactly it means in our modern workforce and how you can apply lessons from top executives to build your skills and confidence. This series will focus on the three most impactful areas of Executive Presence: Learning what it takes to be seen as a leader, being intentional about your future, and enhancing your communication skills through presentation techniques.
The first workshop in our three-part series on Executive Presence: How to Gain Credibility at Work, features a panel discussion with female senior executives on being intentional in how you look, sound and communicate and how that intentionality can enhance your career.
Director of market policy & planning and analytics, FirstEnergy
Executive vice president, chief communications & marketing director, Huntington National Bank
VP, external affairs and interim VP, humans resources Akron Children's Hospital
Register for the full series here.
3 workshop series: Fall 2017
Location: Sikich, LLP, 274 White Pond Dr., Akron
Series cost (members/nonmembers): $100/$175
Time: 7:30-10 a.m.
For more information on or to register for individual workshops:
September 27: What it Means to Have Executive PresenceOctober 10: Self Advocacy: Getting Promoted is IntentionalOctober 31: Great Presentations
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