07 December, 2016 | (01 hr)
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As women move forward in their careers, the discussion often defaults to their executive presence. Interestingly, executive presence has remained a mysterious “X Factor” – it’s important, but what is it? More importantly, how do women in leadership leverage it to make an impact? Through research, Suzanne Bates and her team have cracked the code on executive presence and redefined it in a way that levels the playing field for women leaders. As highlighted in the new book, All the Leader You Can Be: The Science of Achieving Extraordinary Executive Presence (McGraw Hill), they take presence beyond executive image, to identify the specific qualities of leadership that enable both men women to align, inspire, and move people to act.
Who should attend: Human capital practitioners with an interest in leadership development, executive coaches, leadership development professionals, and those interested in developing their own leadership qualities in order to make a real and lasting impact on one's company and career
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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.
James O’Hern is Executive Director of Member Engagement for the Human Capital Practice at The Conference Board. In this role he coordinates Human Capital Conferences, and Senior Management Councils, as well as interfaces closely on research topic selection and dissemination.