Executive Presence


Presence: Often referred to as “bearing,” presence incorporates a range of verbal and nonverbal patterns (one’s appearance, posture, vocal quality, subtle movements)—a whole collection of signals that others process into an evaluative impression of a person. —Karl Albrecht, author of Social Intelligence: The New Science of Success (Pfeiffer, 2009)

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Below is Sylva Leduc’s full presentation from the AZ Leading Age 2011 Conference

Developing Executive Presence

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