WORKSHOP ON EXECUTIVE PRESENCE FOR WOMEN
is tomorrow, June 11@ PM
By Barbara Eiser, MA, MCP, PCC
President, Leading Impact, Inc.
Please register is you plan to attend
If you have any questions, please contact Sally Raffee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women play a variety of roles in life. In many of those roles, “leadership presence” is essential to effectively influencing others. What is leadership presence? How do you know if you have it? How can you build it? Whether you are a woman in a corporate leadership position or a volunteer in an organization, this interactive workshop is for you.
What you will learn:
• Recognize appropriate behaviors essential to leadership presence, and common behaviors to avoid.
• Understand essentials of self-confidence, ways that women frequently lose their self-confidence, and techniques to build it.
Our presenter is Barbara Eiser, MA, MCP, PCC, an executive coach and President of Leading Impact located in Bryn Mawr, PA. She uses over 25 years of business, management, and coaching experience to produce remarkable results with leaders and teams. Prior to founding her own firm she was a Vice President in major New York and Chicago companies where she led strategic planning and change initiatives, managed teams, and served on executive task forces. Barbara holds an MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, has taught Leading Organizational Change in an MBA program, authored articles and presented workshops nationally, and appeared as a coach on CBS-TV. She has served on Boards of Directors, is in the Forum of Executive Women of Philadelphia, and is an Adjunct Executive Coach at The Wharton School.