Unfortunately, across the globe many have a delusion and say that executive presence is for seniors, executives or leaders. The truth, it is a strength that is needed at all levels (cleaner to the CEO).
It reeks of BS the line of "Don’t come to me with problems, come with solutions". This line is the easiest way to discourage people from speaking up about the problems they are finding tough to resolve or the ones they have no clue how to solve.
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Part 2: Key Insights From The Future Leaders Summit
(If you missed the summit, good news! You can still get a VIP Pass here)
A week ago, I published my first article in my series of key insights from the Future Leaders Summit.
This is Part 1 of a series: Key Insights From The Future Leaders Summit
After being a speaker and corporate trainer for three decades, I recently ventured into the virtual world to host my first online event - the Future Leaders Summit.
The former CEO of Volvo once said in an interview with our APSS President, Fredrik Härén, that they liked to joke within the company that their official corporate language was "Bad English". Anyone who works in an international environment is familiar with this language.
“Human resources are like natural resources; they’re often buried deep. You have to go looking for them, they’re not just lying around on the surface. You have to create the circumstances where they show themselves.” – Sir Ken Robinson
Coaching conversations allow managers to crea