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Although executive presence is highly intuitive and difficult to pin down, it ultimately boils down to your ability to project mature self-confidence, a sense that you can take control of difficult, unpredictable situations; make tough decisions in a timely way and hold your own with other talented and strong-willed members of the executive team. If that's the nub of the issue, what style, what behaviors combine to signal that level of self-confidence to others?
Your success in achieving what you want for your team, your organization, your customers and for yourself, begins with your ability to connect, clearly communicate and influence others. Many would say, it depends on your ...
“Executive presence” has become something of a buzzword in the industry primarily because having a career as a CEO in today's marketplace is becoming a risky business. Over the past decade the rate of dismissal has ...
You get just one chance to make a first impression. Here are the elements of a successful, traffic-generating profile.
Your LinkedIn profile represents your professional image on the Internet and can be found through searches on LinkedIn or search engines. When people search the Internet for your name, your LinkedIn profile will most likely be one of the top search results, so you want to make a great first impression.
Think of LinkedIn as your online resume and your profile as the introductory paragraph of your resume. As people scan your profile, they should be able to understand exactly what you do as they read your headline.
Your LinkedIn profile provides people with a comprehensive summary of you, your education, your work experience and your achievements. Your LinkedIn profile also links people to other social media properties and websites where you can showcase your expertise.
Here's what you should do to build the key elements of a compelling LinkedIn profile.
Competence should be a given by the time you are being considered for an executive role. So what could stop you from being selected for promotion, or successful even if promoted? One answer is weak executive presence.
Forbes contributor, Glen Llopis, writes that executive presence is the new normal and a critical success factor in high-performance workplace cultures. He lists several characteristics of executive presence including: • Your ...