The “It Factor”: Executive Presence for Women
How important is executive presence? In a survey of CIOs, conducted by Gartner, it was second on the list of the top 20 leadership traits that make a difference. Developing executive presence is key for women leaders. Executive presence communicates power, consistency, and influence. It also supports a leader’s credibility and inspires others to have confidence in their ability to lead.
In this webinar, women will learn how to command the respect of their colleagues. After completing the seminar, participants will be equipped to:
- identify the essentials of executive presence
- assess how their present executive image helps or hinders them
- apply proven body language techniques that exude confidence and composure
Why is executive presence important for advancing my career?
- Defining the nuances of executive presence in applicable terms
- Unwrapping the three pillars of executive presence that are key to your success
- Developing tactics to enhance your strengths, exude confidence, and project charisma
Identify the key components of executive presence to set yourself apart
- Exuding passion, readiness and "grace under fire" with consistent composure
- Taking an objective approach to your present executive image
- Communicating in a manner that demands (well deserved) attention, respect, and results
Proven body language techniques that communicate before they start listening
- Analyzing facial expressions, body posture, and gestures that speak without words
- Engaging positively with others by being mindful of body language cues
- Telling a story or communicating a point with your eyes, posture, or use of space
Question and Answer Session - Hear expert answers to real-world questions!
About the Speaker
Ellie Nieves is a women’s leadership speaker, writer, coach and podcaster dedicated to helping high-achieving women to show up, speak up and step up in their careers. She is the Founder & President of Leadership Strategies for Women, LLC where she develops seminars, webinars, and coaching programs for companies and associations that want to grow their emerging women leaders into effective managers and executives. She also coaches women one-on-one who want to achieve more both personally and professionally.
Ellie launched her career as a young lawyer in NYC politics. She was often the youngest and many times the only woman sitting at the table, eventually transitioning to the private sector. Today, she is Vice President and Counsel of Government Affairs for a Fortune 250 company where she briefs and provides strategic advice to the CEO and senior management on relevant legislative and political issues. Ellie is also a founding member of the company’s Diversity and Inclusion Council and launched the company’s first employee resource group for women.
- Ellie earned her B.A. in communications from Fordham University and a J.D. from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.
- She received her MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business with specializations in Leadership and Global Business.
- Ellie’s programs are designed specifically to enhance communication, credibility, and influence.
Executive presence is the “it” factor often categorized by the confidence that a leader exudes. Presence is more than just showing up. This 60-minute webinar will provide the steps needed to make an impact, communicate with clarity, plus recognize emotion in others and ‘read the room’. With this training, strong executive presence is within your reach.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an On-Demand Webinar?
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What our Passionate Fans gained from our programs that will help them do their job better
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