From the 2014 Leadership Development Conference
04 December, 2014 | (01 hr)
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How do you move the conversation on executive presence away from, "I know it when I see it"? For years, leadership development experts have wondered how to deepen this conversation. In this session, you’ll learn about a research-based model that frames executive presence in three dimensions – character, substance, and style – and an actionable approach to assessing and developing presence and influence.
Audience: Chief learning officers and heads of learning and development and leadership development – especially those accountable for C-Suite, senior leader, and high-potential programs. Also, executives responsible for talent management processes, including succession, performance management, onboarding, and transition management.
Suzanne Bates is the CEO of Bates Communications, a firm founded in 2000 with a mission today to help leaders influence the world. The firm is distinguished in the field of leadership development for its ground breaking research and practical approach to helping leaders make an impact.
In Mr. Macaux’s role as vice president of Executive Development, his focus is on developing research-based approaches to executive assessment and development. A management psychologist with over 20 years of experience in executive development, Mr. Macaux has led our efforts to design the fi...Full Bio
Toni Riccardi is an independent consultant and Senior Fellow at The Conference Board. She leads the Board’s D&I New Leaders’ Academy, a program she created to train new Chief Diversity Officers. The Conference Board is a global business membership and research organization. They p...Full Bio