You may be super-smart in your field, but if you come across as stressed out and distracted, you won’t receive much support. Especially in times of stress and change, developing professional presence is essential. Here are three key components that can help.
“Every leader needs to clearly explain the top three things the organization is working on. If you can’t, then you’re not leading well.” — Jeffrey Immelt, CEO General Electric
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— Jesse Lahey, SPHR (@JesseLahey) November 20, 2012
Executive coach Tom Henschel talks more about altitude in podcast episode 011: How to Develop Executive Presence
Communication expert Fred Garcia talks about the Power of Three in podcast episode 007: 5 Principles for Communicating Strategically