What is the one area that holds back Executives and Executive Assistants from moving forward? The answer is: Executive Presence. In fact, “executive presence” counts for 26% of what it takes to get promoted. If you don’t get this on right, it can be detrimental to your career.
Whether you realize it or not, it’s not your position that gives you power, it’s your behavior! Executive presence communicates power, consistency and influence. It supports your credibility and inspires others to have confidence in you.
I will teach you what executive presence is and how to demonstrate it so that you can make the impact you desire.
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Bonus Handouts: Be Remembered For All the Right Reasons
Hot Tip: You can demonstrate executive presence in every meeting you attend. It begins with knowing your value and speaking up. You’re not just at the meeting to provide coffee and take minutes. You’re there to contribute. Never leave a meeting without providing at least one piece of valuable information, a strategic question or an idea.
Peggy Vasquez: Peggy Vasquez works with administrative professionals, managers, human resource individuals, and conference planners. She provides coaching and training for administrative professionals to improve their communication, partnerships, and professionalism so they can make more money, get more work done and be happier at work on a daily basis. Peggy is an international speaker, author and coach. Peggy has been the Chief Executive Assistant at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory since 2005.
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