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Your Executive Presence (When you Don’t Wear Black Turtlenecks)


Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs raised the bar on public speaking and executive presence for all of us. Even acclaimed Irish actor Michael Fassbender felt unequal to the task of portraying the legend in the film, Steve Jobs, telling his driver on the way to rehearsals: “You should slam it. It should cause a break and it should get me out of this gig.”  So you’re not an actor. You don’t (always) wear a black turtleneck.  And you don’t have weeks to spend obsessively rehearsing for every speaking engagement.  Is it still possible to exhibit the executive presence necessary to win over important clients, rally the troops, or engage a large audience? The short answer is “yes.”  After all, if you’re alive and taking up space, you have presence.  The question is a matter of degree and expression.  Do you have enough presence to command the attention of two people, or two-hundred?  And Read More

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