According to the Centre for Talent Innovation, executive presence accounts for 26% of what it takes to be promoted. If you want to be seen, be heard and have influence you must build your presence and ability to communicate confidently in any situation.
The most important thing you can do to become a confident communicator with powerful presence is to drop the mask of pretending and be totally and honestly yourself. From that base you can develop skills and techniques that allow you to project gravitas, speak clearly and present yourself in a way that represents your personal brand.
In this workshop you will develop and enhance your ability to communicate, and present more effectively in formal and informal settings, have challenging conversations, influence the people in your work environment for a win-win outcome, and be perceived as leadership material.
Objectives: This workshop will help you …
Become a more confident, effective and highly influential presenter in 1:1 conversations, in small meetings or giving a formal presentation
Understand that self-awareness and willingness to show your true self is the foundation for confidence in any situation
Overcome your fears, nerves, and anxiety so you speak with confidence and impact
Learn how to align your intention with your words, movements and speech
See your self criticism and self doubt as a habit you can choose to change
Speak confidently in prepared or impromptu situations
Learn how to use your breath, body and voice to express yourself decisively and calmly
Who is this for:
Current and emerging leaders, women in male dominated industries, academics or anyone who need to be able to communicate confidently in order to influence others, create change and make a difference.
1. Uncover Your Real Self
a. It’s all about you: Self-awareness, self-reflection and self-assessment
b. Techniques to connect with the present and imagine the future
c. Knowing and owning your style, value, and strengths
2. Believe In Your Best Self
a. Taking charge of your mind to manage your inner critic and create desired outcomes
b. Practical preparation and becoming comfortable with discomfort
c. Acting as if
3. Express Your Powerful Self
a. It’s all about them: Learning to read and respond to the environment
b. Body, voice and expression to build presence
c. Taking consistent action and bouncing forward from failure