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Everyone likes the sound of it, but what is Executive Presence and how do you get it? It means that people pay attention to you when you speak … and not just because they have to. And most importantly how to get people to act on the discussion.
Sounds simple but as George Bernard Shaw said, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has take place.”
This webinar will address topics such as:
The role of Executive Presence in Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Ways to encourage people on your teams to get and use Executive Presence
How to have both Executive Presence and also be approachable
Top mistakes people make
About the Speaker
Diane Darling – Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur
Every walked into a cocktail party and wish you hadn’t? She started a company called Effective Networking on the premise that everyone can learn to network, they just need to find their own style.
Combining interactive training, strategic planning and an exploration of the natural fears of networking, Darling demystifies the process by providing techniques that can be immediately implemented.
Feel left out when people are talking sports and you don’t have a clue? Diane founded Watercooler Football (other sports to come) to help people fit in.
She receives rave reviews for her seminars and speeches.
McGraw-Hill commissioned her to write the definitive book on networking called “The Networking Survival Guide” which was published in April 2003 and went into a 2nd printing just 90 days after the book hit the shelves. In 2005, McGraw-Hill published her 2nd book, Networking for Career. Combined they are translated into 7 languages.
She has appeared on NBC Nightly News, inThe Wall Street Journal,San Francisco Chronicle and The Boston Globe. She’s been a columnist for the Boston Business Journal and taught at Harvard Business School, MIT, London School of Economics, University of Michigan, to name a few universities.
Nonprofits and corporations hire her to help them increase revenues, recruit and retain top talent, as well as streamline communications.
Her travels include all seven continents and approximately 60 countries. She has lived in the Philippines, Thailand, Colorado, Indiana, Alabama and now in Boston, MA.
She is a member of the Chief Executive’s Club of Boston, is the past president for the American Society for Training and Development, and a founding member of 20/20 Women on Board – an organization advocating for women serving on corporate boards.
Her hobbies include watching football, reading, and attempting to play tennis. In order to overcome her fear of public speaking, she took acting and standup comedy classes. She was even the commencement speaker at MIT Charm School. For more videos
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