Increase Your Leadership Presence: Tap into Authenticity and Confidence for a Bigger Impact
Leadership presence: It’s intangible, it’s hard to describe, but you know it when you see it.How do you achieve something so elusive?
When it comes to leadership impact, there’s no “one size fits all” solution. We’re going to work with you to amplify the leadership presence you have muted within. In this 60-minute workshop we’ll use techniques and practices to tap into your authentic, confident, innovative self to identify the best ways to maximize your productivity, passions, and leadership in your organization.
- Examples of great female leaders who have proven their business success
- How to overcome stereotypes that serve as leadership challenges for women
- Responses to common difficult situations women leaders face, including sexual harassment and “emotional” backlash
- Keys to becoming a transformational leader
- Exercises to build and strengthen your innovative muscle
- Creative ways to build a stronger leadership presence that works for you
Being perceived as a leader is the essence of executive presence. It’s the ability to walk into a room to deliver a message, with everyone hanging on your every word. Of course, your competence, education, experience and ability are crucially important. But to get your message across, your personal presentation makes the real difference and impact.
About the Speaker
As the Principal of Gail Golden Consulting, Gail Golden, MBA, Ph.D., helps people hit peak performance and become better leaders by drawing on her unique cross-background perspective. As a licensed psychologist and an MBA-holding entrepreneur, Gail understands both the emotions and the economics successful C-suite executives must master.
Her unique approach combines sports-influenced tactics of performance coaching with psychology-trained skills of empathy to bring the best out of businesses, leaders, and employees. Gail specializes in helping companies and leaders handle rapid change, build high-performing talent, avoid burnout, plan for succession, and drive success.
Gail’s book, Curating Your Life, was published by Rowman & Littlefield in April 2020. The book is based on what she’s learned over more than two decades of helping leaders of all types maximize their achievements. Curating Your Life is full of advice on how to direct your energy toward identifying and accomplishing your most important goals.