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Putting Power into Your Presence


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Leadership presence is a powerful attribute of leadership. You can define it as the presence of authority imbued with a reason to believe. Leadership presence begins with communications but extends to every facet of leadership. As such it can be taught and put into practice.

This webinar demonstrates ways managers can improve their presence strategically and tactically to develop the trust of their people so that they can accomplish their goals and the goals of the organization.

John Baldoni is an internationally-recognized leadership consultant, coach, speaker, and author. John specializes in helping his clients discover and achieve leadership presence, which he defines as “earned authority.” Those with leadership presence demonstrate a strong capacity to project confidence, communicate with conviction, instill trust, and most importantly, lead by example. Leadership presence combines a leader’s earned authority with a follower’s reason to believe. While leaders project their leadership, followers authorize it with their approval. What matters to us most is authenticity. Leadership presence can be taught and put into practice through focused coaching.

A much in-demand presenter, John teaches in corporate education programs and speaks frequently to corporate, professional, military, and university audiences. In 2007, John was named one of the top 30 most influential leadership gurus in the world. Honorees included John Maxwell, Tom Peters, Jim Collins and Marshall Goldsmith. John is the author of six books on leadership, including the leadership trilogy for McGraw-Hill: How Great Leaders Get Great Results, Great Motivation Secrets of Great Leaders, and Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders. John is an Expert Blogger for FastCompany.com. He also writes a leadership monthly column for CIO.com and is a contributor to HR.com and Wharton Leadership Digest. His articles have appeared in thought-leader publications such as Harvard Management Update, Leader to Leader and T&D. His podcasts, vodcasts and published articles are accessible through the home page of his website, www.johnbaldoni.com