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“10 Warning Signs Your Leaders Lack Executive Presence”

Why should you read this report? As an executive, you need support from directors to have a lasting impact. This means you must convincingly influence them in key meetings and presentations.

Do you freeze in front of senior executives? Many executives struggle to get their point across when it really matters. This impacts their credibility and the business suffers. They cannot think on their feet. They fall short as a change leader. They lack executive presence. Find out how to turn this around in this report.

Are you one of them? If you are not fully confident with your communication skills, this report is for you!

Wouldn’t it be useful to know exactly what you’re doing to frustrate your senior managers? I thought so! Then I invite you to download this special report, “10 Warning Signs Your Leaders Lack Executive Presence”

The report gives some very deep insights into how to connect with senior executives and make the impact you’ve always wanted to make.

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Executive presence is the hallmark of every successful leader. When they enter a room, people look to them for direction. They are vital to the leadership team. People want to work with them, and they deliver superior results time and time again. Learn how to build this into your key people.

Wouldn’t it be useful to know exactly what these
warning signs are, and how they are holding your business back?
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Just a brief note to say that I appreciate receiving your “tips” which I am keeping on file and to which I have referred for a number of ideas.  Thank you for sending them to me.” –   James Stokes-Rees, General Manager, The Royalton Hotel.