Author Archives: Exec-Comm

Quick Tips To Become A Better Global Communicator

Are your communication skills “world class”? Working in a global environment is an exciting challenge, and it may mean stepping out of your comfort zone. Ensure that you communicate effectively with your clients and colleagues abroad with these quick tips. … Continue reading

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Business Writing That Gets Results

When you and your team write clear, concise, action-oriented documents, projects move faster, you’re more productive, and you get better results. Christopher Butler, Exec-Comm Consultant, describes how a few simple tips can help you and your team become more effective … Continue reading

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Share Your Ideas And Have Them Heard

You have innovative ideas and want to influence those around you. But to do that, you need to communicate in a way that works for your audience, or your message may fall on deaf ears. Anne Teutschel, Exec-Comm Learning Consultant, … Continue reading

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Executive Presence Expands Opportunities

Jim Sterling, Exec-Comm Partner, answers the question “Who in your life embodies executive presence?” Hear his response. 

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3 Key Attributes for Executive Presence

Consultant, Robert Chen shares three key attributes of someone with executive presence. First, be comfortable in your own skin and know your strengths and weaknesses. Second, be concise. Third, be emotionally intelligent and focus on others.

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Executive Presence Disregards Age

When Facilitator Komal Pandya-Singh was in college, she encountered a young girl crossing a busy street in Astoria, Queens. This young girl embodied a strong executive presence at the early age of 11 or 12. Hear her story below.

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Podcast: How to Be Listener Directed

Jay Sullivan, author of Simply Said: Communicating Better at Work and Beyond, spoke with Bill Ringle from My Quest for the Best about what it means to be an effective communicator. Jay and Bill addressed diffusing tense situations, communicating in a … Continue reading

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Storytelling Builds Relationships

In business, it’s important to build relationships beyond the next deal or project. Professionals with strong executive presence connect on a deeper level and build trust through storytelling. Consultant, Tony Capone shares how easily stories can help you relate to … Continue reading

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Your Words Matter

“A $3,000 suit means nothing if your words have no value.” Consultant, Gisele Simmons shares that there is more to executive presence than just looking the part. She has coached entry-level professionals up through the c-suite to create messages that … Continue reading

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Climbing the Corporate Ladder with Executive Presence

Technical Manager, Dan Vicente shares a story of someone close to him. Through hard work, constant learning, and developing her executive presence, this woman rose from an entry-level Associate to Vice President at a leading global financial services firm. In … Continue reading

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