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North American-Chilean Chamber of Commerce Lunch & Learn

Executive Presence

07-16-2019

Exec-Comm is proudly hosting an exclusive Lunch & Learn focused on Executive Presence for members of the North American-Chilean Chamber of Commerce.

Join us for a quick and practical session that will help you:

  • own your strengths as a communicator
  • recognize your blind-spots
  • connect better with others
  • project executive presence

Business Context:

You are a leader, a corporate rising star, or an expert in your field. But how do you stand out from the crowd? How can you go from good to great?

Your executive presence matters. It’s the net effect of how you act, look, and communicate. It puts you in the driver’s seat of your professional success.

Key Activities:

  • Explore what executive presence means
  • Discuss what detracts from executive presence
  • Learn to use relational body language to foster favorable connections
  • Understand your personal communication style strengths and challenges
  • Identify others’ styles and flex to meet their needs

Location:

Exec-Comm NY Office, 1040 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10018

NACCC members should RSVP to:

Manuelita Cody, mcody@cap-ny.com

  • Christine Healey de Casanova

    Christine has helped professionals around the world communicate with more impact for over 15 years. In addition to English, she speaks Spanish and French. She calls upon her language skills and cultural sensitivity as she coaches executives for Exec-Comm’s global clients. To date, Christine has trained professionals on five continents, in 20 countries, and in three languages. Her clients include: HSBC, Abbott Labs, Citi, Metlife, and JPMorgan. Christine became a partner in 2008 and serves as Exec-Comm’s Global Head and Chairwoman of Asia.

    Before joining Exec-Comm in 2001, she worked as an executive with Leach & Garner Company. There, she worked with the company’s French satellite office, served Canadian clients, trained new hires, and acted as company liaison to Italian vendors. Prior to that, Christine conducted international market research for European companies in the prepress industry and trained new staff with a Boston firm.

    Christine graduated with a double major in French and Italian studies from Dickinson College. As part of her studies, she attended Université de Toulouse - Le Mirail and taught at Sup'Aero, a prestigious engineer's school in France. A New England native, then long-time Manhattan resident, she now lives with her husband and daughters in Westchester. She travels to Chile regularly to visit her in-laws, where she enjoys the people, language, scenery, and delicious food. Christine is proud to support and advise nonprofits that work to better the lives of women, girls, and families around the globe; especailly close to her heart are Mercado Global and Shanti Bhavan.


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