Executive presence training to help you connect with, inspire, and motivate your stakeholders to take action
Why is executive presence important?
How others perceive you affects how they work with you. How do you make your stakeholders feel? How do you want to make them feel? How you present yourself and verbally and non-verbally communicate determines if your stakeholders perceive if you have executive presence.
- Identify your why
- Breathe Your Brand
- Hear vs. Listen
- Interested not interesting
- Open us vs. close up
- Empower their power
- Empathy to build trust and rapport.
- Effetively listen to hear more.
What Participants Will Learn
What to Say
- Clear: Say what you mean, mean what you say.
- Concise: Eliminate the fat. Get to the point. Focus on key messages.
- Credible: Know your messages and anticipate hard questions and address them.
- Compelling: Facts + stories
How to Say It
- Project a powerful presence: Calm, comfortable, confident
- Communicate with certainty: pace, pitch, pause
- Incorporate intention: How do you want your audience to feel?
- In person
- On site
- Trainer lead
- 2 Day
- Up to 8 participants
Morning - How to Say It
- Projecting a Confident Presence (body language, voice, gestures)
- How do you want your audience to feel?
Afternoon - What to Say
- Crafting personal brand
- Impromptu, Storytelling, Presentation Skills, and/or Handling the Q&A
- Practical Simulation
How do you want your stakeholders to feel?
If you want stakeholders to trust you, but your body language, gestures and voice do not convey confidence, promotions and new projects may pass you by. Learn how to communicate with confidence to inspire trust and motivate action.