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She has Everest-size ambitions, a flawless track record and an uncanny knack for strategy. "I’d love to promote her, the CEO says, but she doesn’t have ‘it.’ "

"It," in this case, is executive presence , the elusive quality that has become a major focus in women’s leadership development circles. When leaders with executive presence speak, people listen – because the talk is filled with conviction. Over the past few years, a mound of research has revealed that women executives can excel in every aspect of performance. But a gender gulf remains in the most crucial area: confidence. And confidence is the secret sauce in executive presence.

The best news about confidence is that it’s easier to develop than competence – now you can start working on your ‘it."

How would your life be different if you could……

  Project increased confidence, personal power and higher self esteem

  Take small steps which build your confidence as a leader

  Enhance your skill set in ten different areas to increase your competence

  Communicate assertively and manage difficult people

  Bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to go

  Recognize that technical knowledge by itself is not adequate to move you
    ahead in today’s business world

  Change self-limiting beliefs and incorporate new information into your
    thinking and behavior

  Learn a communication style that works for you and allows you to confidently
    interact with your colleagues, clients and patients

If you are a woman who wants to get ahead in your career, call Jeannine Cassell at 713-977-2022 or 704-360-4501 or email her at Jeannine@confidenceandsuccess.com

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Use these prescriptions for success to develop a more successful and satisfying life……. The intriguing stories of how clients have dramatically changed their lives and businesses through coaching with Jeannine Cassell She has Everest-size ambitions, a flawless track record and an uncanny knack for strategy. "I’d love to promote her, the CEO says, but she doesn’t have ‘it.’ "