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As the majority of executives spend at least 80% of their working day listening and/or speaking Executive Presence reflects an individual’s ability to communicate – to influence, engage and inspire others to act. Effective communication requires both a common understanding of a course of action and a trusting relationship. What is said, when it is […]

Executive Presence refers to a set of criteria which amount to nuanced leadership. Your stakeholders judge you on your character and the overall quality of your results. In this context effectiveness equates to your ability to communicate your sense of purpose and authentically connect with others on both a day to day basis and in […]

Executive Presence whether in person or ‘virtual’ is designed to influence, engage, and inspire others to act* and is judged and assessed on the basis of others experience your leadership style.  Akin to a brand, your Executive Presence is in the eyes and hands of the beholder.  Following the guiding principles below may help but […]

We need a new definition of ‘flexible working’. A year ago, the definition of flexible working was clear, for example, if you:  have responsibility for the care, of a child who is school aged or younger are a carer and the flexible working arrangements included changes to: hours of work (e.g. changes to start and […]