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Advanced Executive Presence

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

November
8,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

5,540 USD

Location:

Haas School of Business2220 Piedmont AvenueBerkeley, California 94720 USA

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

November
8,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

5,540 USD

Location:

Haas School of Business2220 Piedmont AvenueBerkeley, California 94720 USA

Course Description

Executive presence is essential to successful leaders and establishing it is no easy feat. It takes great communication skills, and the ability to convey your message in a way that builds professional relationships. makes a good impression, and maximizes impact. The Advanced Executive Presence program prepares you for the “leadership stage”, so you stand out for the right reasons. Through personalized coaching and art of storytelling, you will gain communication skills to inspire, motivate, and influence with finesse, and interpersonal skills to become a personable communicator capable of making an impact. The Advanced Executive Presence program builds on the success of High-Impact Leadership and will prepare you for your Leadership Stage. See how these two programs complement each other.

Program Benefits

Master the All Hands Meeting, Learn what it takes to deliver an effective team meeting or all hands that touches the minds and hearts of your audience., Develop Your Unique Leadership Presence, Hone your unique leadership and communication style to become a charismatic leader who makes an impact., Engage in Giving and Receiving Constructive Feedback, Grasp how to give constructive feedback in a compelling way that will be well-received as well as take (and use) others’ feedback, Share Your Passion and Vision Through Inspirational Storytelling, Recognize yourself as a visionary leader who speaks with confidence and uses personal expression to effectively share your objectives. Build Valuable Professional Relationships In and Out of Your Organization, Leverage your new leadership presence and communications skills to authentically connect with others and build relationships. Tailor Your Communication Style for the Global Stage. Use cultural sensitivity and other frameworks to avoid communication errors and make a positive impression everywhere you go.

Program Inclusion

Three-day executive presence training at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business campus, World-renowned Berkeley Haas and Executive Education Faculty, Former professional actor Mark Rittenberg as Faculty Director, Practical exercises and speeches that lead to immediate retention, Highly interactive environment, Exclusive networking reception with faculty, Access to the program alumni community, Advanced Executive Presence Certificate of Completion.

Who Should Attend

Senior Executives, Directors, Vice Presidents, C-Suite Executives, Senior Managers, Individuals moving into a management role, Entrepreneurs pitching to investors and A group of colleagues or team who would like to advance their skills together

Application Requirements

1636329600

Instructor:

Susan Houlihan

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Mark Rittenberg

University:

University of California at Berkeley

Course Description

Executive presence is essential to successful leaders and establishing it is no easy feat. It takes great communication skills, and the ability to convey your message in a way that builds professional relationships. makes a good impression, and maximizes impact. The Advanced Executive Presence program prepares you for the “leadership stage”, so you stand out for the right reasons. Through personalized coaching and art of storytelling, you will gain communication skills to inspire, motivate, and influence with finesse, and interpersonal skills to become a personable communicator capable of making an impact. The Advanced Executive Presence program builds on the success of High-Impact Leadership and will prepare you for your Leadership Stage. See how these two programs complement each other.

Program Benefits

Master the All Hands Meeting, Learn what it takes to deliver an effective team meeting or all hands that touches the minds and hearts of your audience., Develop Your Unique Leadership Presence, Hone your unique leadership and communication style to become a charismatic leader who makes an impact., Engage in Giving and Receiving Constructive Feedback, Grasp how to give constructive feedback in a compelling way that will be well-received as well as take (and use) others’ feedback, Share Your Passion and Vision Through Inspirational Storytelling, Recognize yourself as a visionary leader who speaks with confidence and uses personal expression to effectively share your objectives. Build Valuable Professional Relationships In and Out of Your Organization, Leverage your new leadership presence and communications skills to authentically connect with others and build relationships. Tailor Your Communication Style for the Global Stage. Use cultural sensitivity and other frameworks to avoid communication errors and make a positive impression everywhere you go.

Program Inclusion

Three-day executive presence training at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business campus, World-renowned Berkeley Haas and Executive Education Faculty, Former professional actor Mark Rittenberg as Faculty Director, Practical exercises and speeches that lead to immediate retention, Highly interactive environment, Exclusive networking reception with faculty, Access to the program alumni community, Advanced Executive Presence Certificate of Completion.

Who Should Attend

Senior Executives, Directors, Vice Presidents, C-Suite Executives, Senior Managers, Individuals moving into a management role, Entrepreneurs pitching to investors and A group of colleagues or team who would like to advance their skills together

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

Susan Houlihan

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Mark Rittenberg

University:

University of California at Berkeley