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AMPLIFYING YOUR EXECUTIVE PRESENCE

 Building impact and influence

KEYNOTE OR BREAKOUT SESSION (30-60 MINUTES)

Best Audience:  Women, Leaders, Emerging leaders, Frontline, Teams, Corporations, Conferences, ERGs

Research has shown that companies with women in leadership positions see higher profits and greater employee satisfaction. With such a strong business case to be made for it, senior leaders around the world are striving to get more women into leadership positions within their companies. When a female leader unleashes her value, she is unstoppable—a force that changes the conversations in the boardroom and within the organization. Right this moment, the world is looking for women to lead and it’s our job to strategically position ourselves to stand out.

Building executive presence is about becoming a recognized partner of high-potential. We must strategically look for interesting projects where our voices are heard and force ourselves to apply for stretch promotions that challenge us. Building valuable partnerships and knowing how to strategically position ourselves in meetings takes work, and sadly many of us haven’t been taught this critical skillset. It’s a continual effort, not a one-time event. When we do this consistently and generously, we will see more women rise to influential leadership roles. This fast-paced and inspiring keynote will give women the tools to plant their flags and step into executive leadership where they can make an impact.

Here's what you'll learn in this fast-paced and inspiring keynote/session:

 

1. KNOW YOUR VALUE

The goal is to create a larger impact and plant your flag. Learn to build a strong positioning statement that will set you apart from your competitors.

2. KNOW THE RULES

Use the laws of  Strategic Positioning to build your relevance and bring forth progressive ideas that will help you take center stage.

3. KNOW THE PLAYERS

Strategically create opportunities and choreograph proximity to those with authority and influence. It's all about who you know and how you navigate.

Download the keynote sheet here

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