Can You Develop a Stronger, More Powerful Executive Presence?
Yes, you can! Begin by familiarizing yourself with the qualities of executive presence and opening up a dialogue with your trusted advisors.
Seek to Know Yourself – and the Way Others Perceive You as a Leader
Your executive presence is your brand, in a way–how others think about you when you’re not around. What would people say?
- Are you someone who is decisive when making the tough calls? That’s Confidence.
- Are you someone who and cares about others and helps them succeed? That’s Concern.
- Are you cool in a crisis? That’s a part of Composure.
- Do you ask questions that get to the heart of the matter? That’s one part of Practical Wisdom.
Start by asking others what they think of your strengths and weaknesses.
Hiring Treva as your Executive Coach will help you learn to leverage your strengths and also enhance underdeveloped aspects of your presence. This one-on-one coaching can take place at her office or at your workplace. Treva’s Executive Coaching program is excellent for those in business, sales, healthcare or leadership positions as you prepare for your next promotion or for a transition into another career. It begins with an initial consultation to understand the focus of your goals. The length of Executive Coaching is designed specifically on a client-by-client basis. Follow-up coaching is also included after completion of the program so that you maintain your newly learned communication skills.
Organizations invest in developing skilled, competent leaders who have the attitude and motivation. The best leaders Treva knows are lifelong learners. They know they can be better. They invest time and energy in becoming all they can be.
Are you ready to do the necessary work to achieve your career goals? It’s time to INVEST in YOU. You will be amazed at the results we can achieve together!
Call Treva today to set up your initial appointment and be on your way to maximizing your executive presence.
“In the business world, your character, your communication skills and your appearance matter in determining your executive presence. If you demonstrate confidence, poise and authenticity you will convince me that you are the real deal.”
– Sylvia Hewlett