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Who should attend
Managers and professionals who want to dramatically improve personal presentation to increase the impact of their communication and leaders who want to intentionally improve their emotional intelligence
About the course
Present your best self for the job you want.
There’s a difference between being a boss and being a leader. Rotman’s one-day Executive Presence workshop provides you with the tools to improve your motivation, body language, and emotional intelligence so you present the way you want to be seen.
- Survival vs developmental motivation
- Principles of presence
- Mindful listening
- Five channels
- Body language
- Video analysis
- Integrity and transparency
- Emotional fundamentals
- Reacting vs responding
- Dealing with negative emotions
- Cognitive empathy
- Communication vs manipulation
- Inspiring trust
In just one day you’ll build the motivational stance necessary to develop trust, rapport, and inspired action with your colleagues. Each participant will also receive:
- A five-channel framework for expression
- A body language checklist
- And, optionally, the opportunity to participate in an additional session of expert body language analysis.
Whether we intend it or not, our emotions unconsciously play out on our faces and in our body language, and can send mixed messages to both your team and those above you. By learning to consciously adapt and control your outward emotional signals and interactions, you can improve your ability to lead others, boost cooperation between departments, and prove you’re ready for the next level of your career.
Bio Maja Djikic, Ph. D. is an Associate Professor and the Director of Self-Development Laboratory at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. She is a psychologist specializing in the field of personality development. Her work examines the effect of art on personality, and means of dev...
Anthony Naimi is a cognitive and information scientist and organizational advisor. His work focuses on how knowledge is communicated in informationally dense, complex and interactionally complicated organizational settings. His work has been published in leading journals, such as Human Technology...
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