Executive Presence: The Missing Link Between Merit And Success Webinar
Women Lead Webinar Series
Do you exude confidence and credibility? Can you command a room? Sylvia Ann Hewlett, one of the world’s most influential business thinkers, cracks the code of Executive Presence (EP) for men and women intent on winning the next plum assignment and doing something extraordinary with their lives.
In this webinar, Sylvia Ann Hewlett will share findings from her latest book, Executive Presence, (EP) which she defines as a dynamic mix of three things: how you act (gravitas), how you speak (communication) and how you look (appearance). She will also share findings from in-depth interviews with a wide selection of admired leaders to reveal how they embody and deploy key elements of EP.
Executive Presence is eminently teachable. You can learn how to “show teeth” while remaining likeable, and you can teach yourself how to dress appropriately while staying true to yourself. You don’t have to be born with the voice of James Earl Jones or the looks of Angelina Jolie to hurdle the EP bar. This webinar will provide hard facts and vivid examples on how EP can help you fully realize your unique potential—no matter who you are or where you work.
This webinar is presented by:
Sylvia Ann Hewlett
Sylvia Ann Hewlett, is the founder and CEO of the Center for Talent Innovation, and the founder of Hewlett Consulting Partners LLC. The co-director of the Women's Leadership Program at the Columbia Business School, she is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Century Association. An economist with 20 years of experience in global talent management, Hewlett has particularly focused on the "power of difference" and the challenges and opportunities faced by women, minorities and other previously excluded groups. She has forged a signature style of enquiry which blends hard data and rigorous analysis with concrete solutions and on-the-ground action.
Hewlett is the author of 11 Harvard Business Review articles and 12 critically acclaimed books. In 2014 she was recognized as the Most Influential International Thinker by HR Magazine and won the Google Global Diversity award. Her writings have appeared in the New York Times, Financial Times, and Wall Street Journal, she's a featured blogger on the HBR Blog Network. A Kennedy Scholar and graduate of Cambridge University, Hewlett earned her PhD in economics at London University.
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