Executive Business Coaching & Consulting – EDP Management in Michigan
The lack of executive presence is a major concern for companies. Often companies invest substantial resources in an employee who rises quickly through the corporate ranks, only to find that the employee is unequipped to be successful at the higher level. They lack the executive presence and confidence their new role requires. Management begins to question the strength of this person as a leader.
Corporations can’t afford to have leaders without presence. When they lack command and conviction it undermines their leadership ability. Subordinates, superiors and peers begin to lose respect for them and credibility goes down. They become less influential at the exact point when being a leader with influence is most needed. What they need is executive presence.
Employees who increase their executive presence know how to assume more responsibility, seek and receive high-profile projects, and perform job functions that significantly impact the bottom line.
Executive presence is not just a theory. It involves specific actions which, done consistently, enhance your leadership skills and raise your profile within your organization.
5 Categories of Executive Presence and 16 Executive Behaviors:
Companies want leaders who know how to act like leaders, whose behaviors demonstrate confidence, influence, and a take charge attitude. Having a leader with executive presence provides an appropriate model for others to follow.
These 16 actions represent the ideal behaviors, mindset and habits of a successful businessperson. Each behavior will help you become a more confident, powerful business leader. You will enhance your ability to stand out, make a difference and have impact in the executive environment.
Our leadership consulting program provides a step-by-step process that shows you how to develop the 16 specific behaviors that make a leader. You will exemplify executive presence by implementing all 16 characteristics. You will become your most successful professional self.