Executive Presence | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Executive Presence

This program will take place in-person. Please review our Covid-19 guidelines and updates here prior to the program.

The instantly recognizable qualities of confidence, clarity and polish can make or break a career.  In fact, being perceived as leadership material is essential to being promoted into leadership positions, according to a recent study by the Center for Talent Innovation, a non-profit research organization. Beyond hard work and effort, the 268 senior executives surveyed said “executive presence” accounts for 26% of what it takes to get the next promotion.

Fortunately, executive presence can be developed. This seminar presents a step-by-step process for enhancing executive presence based on principles that effective executives utilize.  Building on the foundation of personality, identity and self-confidence, participants will develop the skills to project a winning, positive demeanor that gets noticed, acknowledged and rewarded. From the first impression to other high-impact professional interactions, participants will develop the skills and attitudes that enhance leadership presence on the job and at any business function.  Group activities and assessments will guide each participant in the development of a personal action plan.

 

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Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending this program, participants will:

Who Should Attend

Professionals aspiring to higher positions with increased visibility. Technical experts looking to enhance their interpersonal and social skills and people in or moving into external roles in their organizations.

Costs

Available Discounts

Please note that this program is scheduled to occur in-person at the George S. Dively Building in Cleveland, OH.

Case Western Reserve University resumed welcoming visitors to campus as of July 1 in accordance with prior policies and practices. All visitors are expected to follow current pandemic-related restrictions: all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to campus must wear masks indoors.

We ask that all visitors follow the prevention measures as outlined by Case Western Reserve University.