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What would you say if you were asked to name the most important attribute of Executive Presence (EP)?

According to research cited in the 2014 book ‘Executive Presence’ by Sylvia Hewlett, CEO of the Centre for Talent Innovation (CTI), EP turns out to be a dynamic mix of three things. According to a survey of 4000 university-educated professionals including 268 senior executives surveyed, EP is a combination of:

The way you act (Gravitas)

The way you speak (Communication)

The way you look (Appearance)

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Collaboritude: What is it?  It’s a brand new word I created in 2015 which stands for “the necessary attitude for successful collaboration and innovation”.  It’s about accessing the ‘power of play vs. power plays’.

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Have you ever been given the advice to 'sit up straight'?...Now, here's the science behind that advice...and how it affects your confidence and presence.

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How well do you manage to stay focussed on 'the bigger picture' of your purpose and mission as a leader in your organization? Do you fall into the trap of attending to the details at the expense of losing sight of your own, and your teams mission.

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Are you expressing your Voice of Leadership? Let's explore what's blocking you from fully expressing your 'voice of leadership' and look at some simple exercises you can do to help boost your awareness and confidence while speaking to your team, your colleagues, your customers and others you interact with. (This podcast was originally inspired by the interviews with 7 NZ experts in 'Empower your 2011' project with: Sally Mabelle, Roberta Budvietas, Tom O'Neil, Catherine Newton, Grace Haden, Leslie Hamilton, John Cook.)

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Are you an assertive person? Do you understand the importance of assertiveness and the high cost of being indirect. Assertiveness is a valuable skill that can impact on your business and personal life, and in some cases can mean the difference between life and death!

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