CBODN 'In The Know' Book Discussion
Topic: Executive Presence
Description: This session is an interactive discussion around the key principles and applications of “Executive Presence.”
Building an executive presence is about being in control of your emotions when you’re under stress. It’s about knowing yourself well enough to clearly see the impact and influence you have on others. It’s about managing your behaviors so you always foster trust and credibility. It’s about leaving absolutely no doubt about the value you contribute to others and your organization. And it’s about actively monitoring and managing your reputation to achieve important outcomes.
Monarth takes you step by step through the process of building your personal brand as the kind of leader everyone trusts to do the right thing at the right time―and as the one person people automatically seek out to lead them through the most challenging situations.
There’s no replacement for basic leadership talent and skills. But what makes someone a top-tier leader―those who take their organization from a solid industry player to the unchallenged industry frontrunner―is the ability to harness the power of perception to engage stakeholders at any level and make things happen. Executive Presence delivers everything you need to stand out among the competition at every turn in your career.
Facilitator: Jessica McGlyn
Bio: Jessica McGlyn is President of Catalynics, a consultancy helping organizations to develop and implement strategy, partnerships, and leadership skills to achieve environmental and social goals. Some of Jessica’s clients include DuPont, UN Environment, USAID, Conservation International, PepsiCo, Enviva, World Resources Institute and World Wildlife Fund. Prior to Catalynics, Jessica was Director of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s (WBCSD) North American office. Jessica is an ICF Certified Coach, certified ISSP-SA Sustainability Professional, serves on the Board of IUCN North America, and holds a Masters in Forest Science from Yale University.
**Registration required in advance to help us design the best experience for on-line participation. Thank You!
In-Person Venue: Not available for this month as the Book Discussion will only be held virtually.
Virtual Participation: Zoom link and/or dial-in info is included in the registration confirmation email.
Cancellation Policy: Event follows federal Office of Personnel Management policy and decisions. If federal government is closed, event will be canceled.