Sometimes we need to walk away from professional relationships that no longer add value.
While most people focus on what to say, how to say it, and when to speak up, active listening and validation are two valuable ingredients to ensure you’re building trust and respect.
To grow in your career, you need to show what you can offer in the future: This requires a clear value proposition, visibility, a network of contacts and focus on a career direction.
There are certainly ways to communicate that make the difference between a message that falls flat and one that gets acted upon. Here are three powerful tips to ensure you get heard and your message is received correctly.
A strong executive presence enables you to command attention and influence others. Your message is heard. Your ideas are implemented. Your vision is endorsed.
Executive presence is an elusive but powerful attribute. Those who have mastered it command attention the second they enter a room. It seems effortless from the outside, but executive presence is the result of careful cultivation.