Sometimes it can be hard to describe Executive Presence. And yet, we know it when we see it, when we hear it, and when we feel it. Whether it is in person or online, the ability to command a space, to connect easily, to influence at any level. These are signs that Executive Presence is “in the house”. Is it born or is it bred? Well, it’s a little of both. It is self-awareness to capitalise on our authentic strengths and having a flexible approach in our communication style. This adds up to more successful outcomes and a stronger and more positive personal brand.
In this 45 minute session, hear from Shannon Dolan, Executive Coach and Director of Performance Power about understanding what makes Executive Presence. She will cover:
- What is Executive Presence?
- How to establish Executive Presence
- Tips to boost your presence and confidence
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The key objective of WiBFs webinar series is to support members, providing real solutions to their issues and answering their burning questions.
You will learn what is Executive Presence, how to establish Executive Presence and tips to boost your presence and confidence.
Shannon Dolan works globally as an executive coach, trainer, facilitator, and keynote speaker across a wide variety of industries and levels from CEO, where she consistently gets off the chart results for her clients in the areas of presence, impact, connection, and confidence.
Shannon has delivered highly successful women’s leadership development programs for many financial institutions including Citibank, BNP Paribas, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
She is a NIDA graduate allowing her to have a creative edge with her clients. Her book, Leverage You-Insights from a Global Executive Coach; is endorsed by Marshall Goldsmith, one of the world’s leading Executive Coaches and New York Times bestselling author. Her passion is to support people, teams, and organisations in achieving their desired success.
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