Personal Presence

Show up with confidence, build credibility and develop influence.

Many of the smartest people in your organization may be coming up short of their full potential—not because they lack intelligence or technical proficiency, but because they haven’t developed the presence to connect, influence, and communicate with clarity and credibility.

Personal Presence helps your high-potentials, independent contributors, consultants, and others demonstrate the confidence that matches their subject matter expertise and intellectual capacity. By mastering the subtleties of voice, body, and message alignment, participants emerge with a commanding presence that enables them to present themselves and their ideas more powerfully to clients and colleagues at all levels.

Personal Presence provides a highly experiential approach to development, combining pre-work, a two-day classroom workshop, and reinforcement to strengthen learning outcomes.

Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand and control the behavioral signals they are sending about their level of confidence, seniority, and status
  • Adopt a wider range of expressiveness to communicate with impact
  • Increase confidence and credibility in high-stakes interactions
  • Develop and deliver a personal value proposition to communicate their individual value to a project or organization

Interested in learning more? Contact us today.

Need a few more tips on expressiveness or ways to deliver a great value proposition? Read our Personal Presence blogs and share them with your organization. 

Program Components

Pre-work
  • Background reading
  • Questions for reflection & goal setting
Workshop: Day 1
  • Introduction to Presence Skills
  • Developing self-awareness
  • Leveraging body language and vocal variety for impact
Workshop: Day 2
  • Crafting a Personal Value Proposition
  • Skill application role-plays
  • Action planning
Follow-up Reinforcement Call or Coaching
  • Enrich and reinforce classroom work
  • Additional application practice

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