Executive presence is the “X factor” of successful leaders who assert influence, drive change, and inspire organizational performance. It’s a social-organizational phenomenon that becomes most noticeable, and most critical, when leaders take the bigger stage in a new role or strategic initiative.
However, EP is often described as “I know it when I see it.” Organizations lack a clear framework to help leaders understand how their presence is perceived by key stakeholders, and how it impacts strategic goals.
In this session you’ll learn about a brand new, research-based, scientifically validated model that frames executive presence in three dimensions – character, substance, and style. You’ll learn how to apply a pragmatic, actionable model for assessing and developing presence and influence in leaders and emerging leaders.
You will learn:
How presence goes beyond the surface qualities that are often the start and stop point of the conversation
The 15 distinct facets of EP that contribute to a leader’s ability to engage, align, and mobilize
Real-world insight from a talent management leader on how to integrate this model into your assessment and leadership development initiatives
September 4, 2014 | Executive Development Associates, Inc. and Pearson Education, Inc.
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