Does Your Image reflects your overall leadership style? In this week's episode of POP TV I’m talking about the last behavioural characteristic of Executive Style, your Image. Your Image is a perception others have of you. It'sone of the first things people
For women working in a competitive business environment, it’s never been more important to feel confident within yourself and make sure that your presence matches your capabilities. Here are 7 tips to help you elevate your professional presence and present yourself with confidence: 1.
Welcome to another episode of POP TV. So far we've looked at Commercial Demeanour and Professional Brand as two essential ingredients for elevating your presence. Executive Style completes the picture as the third principle. We've left the 'easiest' till last, in the
Why am I passionate about assisting, intelligent driven women, in male dominated industries achieve greater presence?
Too often, high performing females are coming to me because they are being misunderstood, overlooked or not valued without knowing why. Very rarely are they given honest feedback. There’s a myth that you have to be outgoing or extroverted to be
For those of you thinking you’ve never heard the term PQ (presence quotient) you’re probably right! This isn’t a mainstream or even very well-understood area. But it should be! This is the missing element helping hundreds of high performing, driven women
In this week's episode I will be talking about the second essential principle that forms part of Principles of Presence: Your Professional brand. Having a professional brand is your ability to demonstrate your USP (your unique substance proposition) to the world
The way we work has changed dramatically and continues to advance at a rapid pace. This is in part due to increased globalisation, technological advances, the advent and rise of social media and the blurring of the lines between our
Confidence do you have it? In this week's episode I will be talking about the third and final behavioural characteristic that underpins having commercial demeanour: Confidence is one’s inner, self-belief that remains stable and durable regardless of the outer situation. It’s like