Executives have a more difficult job today than ever before, and the rate of failure and executive turnover is high. What makes an executive successful – and what contributes to her ability to engage and inspire her team to deliver results?
In this one-day seminar, learn about Bates' three-dimensional model of Character, Substance, and Style, and gain an in-depth look at the 15 distinct facets proven by research to allow leaders to make a powerful impact.
Drawing from experience with talent development leaders in Fortune 500 organizations, Suzanne Bates will outline tips and strategies for incorporating this framework into your existing practices, to complement competency models and development programs. You'll engage in interactive exercises using practical case studies to understand how presence drives leadership performance. You'll walk away from this session with a new, innovative approach to assessing and developing executives and future leaders.
- Explore the 15 distinct facets proven to contribute to a leader's ability to engage, align, and move people to act
- Learn how to reframe the discussion about executive presence in your organization, by applying a research-based approach that goes beyond surface qualities
- Discover how actionable feedback on executive presence provides leaders with a clear road map for growth and development
Who should attend?
Human resources professionals.
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