Making an impression is not a choice; it’s an inevitability. Whether you know it or not, people are observing your words and actions. When you sit with your peers, do others ask to hear your thoughts? When there’s a decision to be made do people seek out your ideas?
You can be the smartest person in the room but if you don’t have the presence to go along with it, you’ll lose all the influence you’re working and striving toward. Much of how women (and men) are perceived as leaders is tied to the way they communicate. In the male-dominated environment of tech and the C-Suite, it becomes even more important for women to convey confidence and credibility. If you want your voice and authority to be heard and respected, a powerful executive presence is required.
The good news is that it can be learned! And, it can be applied in a way that is authentic and unique to you. You’ll walk away from this workshop with techniques and tricks to help you have a more confident and powerful presence in your work. Be a leader people want to listen to and believe in. We’ll help you get there.