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It can take time to get comfortable speaking with confidence and gravitas. While you build up that skill, here are simple and often overlooked ways to demonstrate executive presence that don’t require you to say a word.
To get the recognition, opportunities and fulfillment you want at work, you need to gain the respect of your senior stakeholders. But how do you do that? Here are what five types of senior stakeholders tend to respect most.
Meetings are golden opportunities to show your executive presence. But it’s easy to sabotage the way you come across to others without realizing it. Watch out for these five behaviors to safeguard your executive presence.
Presenting effectively is all about knowing your audience. When it comes to senior executives, here are 3 points to keep in mind to present powerfully to them in your next meeting.
To keep advancing in your career, it’s important for your senior stakeholders and colleagues to see you as someone with greater potential. Here are three ways to use everyday opportunities to show you have potential.
A company's vision is meant to energize, motivate and bring people together around common goals. But what if your organization's vision statement is vague and general? Here's how to get your team excited and motivated with the company vision.
Being seen as strategic is a huge opportunity to advance in your career. How do you figure out whether people see you as strategic or not? The easiest way is to start noticing how people describe you.
We’re in a period of tremendous change in the workplace with major shifts happening. Now is the time to pause and look up from the daily grind to see what’s happening and understand how you want to play it.
Good stakeholder management is essential for advancing your career because the quality of your relationships makes all the difference in your career. Here are 5 advantages your stakeholders can give you when you manage them well.
Have you ever praised your team for their good work by saying things like “great job!” or “well done”? Discover why this can backfire on you as a leader and the better option that motivates them and makes for a stronger team.
Whether you’ve had a challenging year or a great one, it’s still possible to feel exhausted. So give yourself permission not to make a strong start to the year if it feels too effortful and try this calmer and intentional approach instead.
This is a natural time to do some thinking and planning for the year ahead. Here are some super simple ways to set yourself up for success without spending lots of time or spinning your wheels.
It's the time of year when we set goals for the new year. These five steps are my takeaways from Stephen Duneier's TEDx talk called ‘How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals’ and some of the things I found to be useful in setting and achieving goals.
What would you do if you made a mistake at work that went all the way up to senior management? While there’s no magic wand to make problems disappear, there are steps you can take to salvage the situation.
Do you feel like your boss isn’t on your side? Is it starting to impact your work and reputation? Instead of feeling like a victim and suffering, it may be time to take action. Here are three steps you can take when dealing with a difficult boss.
One of the worst things for a high achiever is being bored at work. It can leave you feeling disengaged and like you don't want to do the work anymore. Here are 3 ways to create your own work and make your job more engaging.
In times like these, people’s careers rise and fall based on how they respond to the challenging situations. Here are three steps you can take to raise your visibility, be more valued and advance your career even in a downturn.
Imposter syndrome usually sets in when you're in a demanding new role and you’re expected to perform at a higher level. Here are three ways to tame your imposter syndrome and not let it hold you back.