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Projecting True Executive Presence

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Improving your executive presence could be an important part of building your business. What is it? 

"Executive presence is a set of learned behaviors that enable you to command attention," according to Sylvia Ann Hewlett, the author of Executive Presence.

Expanding on her concept, I think of it as your ability to project confidence, establish credibility, and inspire trust in professional interactions. And based on my experience, it's a crucial factor in having a positive impact. Conveying confidence and authenticity builds trust, and trusted leaders are the ones others want to follow.

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