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Mastering the Art and Science of Executive Presence
Executive presence remains at the top of the list of how executives are evaluated. Recent studies indicate that executive presence counts for 26% of what it takes to influence others and get promoted. SHAMBAUGH’s results-focused Coaching and Development Program for Mastering Executive Presence has helped hundreds of leaders and executives be more intentional, credible, and better prepared to effectively lead in challenging interactions and dynamics. Our proven and research-based model for Executive Presence gets to the core of the “Why”, the “What” and the “How” for leaders to tap into the ideal presence that allows them to lead more effectively. Rebecca will be joined by Kerry Preston, Executive Coach and Expert Facilitator for the SHAMBAUGH Leadership.
This webinar will:
- Learn and apply ways to show up strategically and lead with a strong executive voice
- Understand and apply key dimensions of emotional intelligence for building inclusive
and trusting relationships
- Learn proven practices for asserting your voice and being heard and respected
- Learn and apply social strategies to appropriately read the room and respond
accordingly, based on unique dynamics
About Rebecca Shambaugh
Rebecca Shambaugh is an internationally recognized leadership expert, author,
keynote speaker, blogger for The Huffington Post, and regular contributor for
Harvard Business Review. She is President of SHAMBAUGH Leadership, a global
leadership development organization whose mission is to develop high-performing
and inclusive leaders who transform workplace cultures so everyone can thrive.
Rebecca speaks before thousands of leaders around the world every year,
challenging conventional wisdom and overturning assumptions about how to lead
in today’s business environment. Her compelling and new vision for leadership in
the 21st Century disrupts traditional narratives and provides a new roadmap for
creating greater sense of purpose, belonging and a unified voice for leadership – all critical for
organizations to stay on the innovation curve and successfully compete in today’s new world.
Rebecca is Founder of Women in Leadership and Learning (WILL), one of the first executive leadership
development programs in the country, dedicated to the research, advancement, and retention of
women leaders and executives. Prior to starting her own company, Rebecca has worked for such
premier organizations as General Motors, Fairchild Industries, and Amax Inc. as a senior executive in the
leadership and human capital arena.
Rebecca has been showcased on CNBC, TED Talks, Fox News (New York), NPR, Washington Business,
ABC, and numerous syndicated radio talk shows. She has been featured in publications such as: Harvard
Business Review, Leader to Leader, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, Time
Magazine, USA Today, Fortune Magazine, and U.S. News & World Report.
Rebecca is a known thought leader in the industry and is the author of the bestselling books titled, “It’s
Not A Glass Ceiling, It’s A Sticky Floor” and “Make Room for Her: Why Companies Need an Integrated
Leadership Model to Achieve Extraordinary Results,” both published by McGraw-Hill. Her books
illustrate her unconventional and results-focused approach to creating great leaders.
Rebecca partners with a cross-section of clients such as: Capital One, Cisco, Dow Chemical, Equifax,
Facebook, Hilton Worldwide, IBM, J&J, Kaiser, KPMG, Marriott International, MassMutual, Mastercard,
Microsoft, National Grid, Novartis, and Salesforce. She is a member of the National Press Club, the
Economic Club of Washington, D.C., and on the Board of Visitors for Marymount University. Rebecca is
also the Chairman of the Board of Young Women Lead. Rebecca is a faculty member of the Association
of Corporate Counsel National Capital Region Leadership Academy. Other accomplishments include
recipient of the Smart CEO Brava! Award, Women Who Mean Business Award, Entrepreneur
Organization of the Year Award, and Finalist for the Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Award for
Woman-Owned Business of the Year.
Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Relations from Purdue University and a Master
of Arts Degree in Organizational Development from Marymount University.
About Kerry Preston
Kerry Preston is an executive coach and expert facilitator for SHAMBAUGH. Kerry believes that measurable success is the ROI for training and development. A seasoned vet in the topics of communication, professional brand, time management, leadership, strategic planning, and presence, the tenants of Kerry’s strategy revolve around the idea that executive skills can be taught.
Kerry is a chronic overachiever whose life calling is to use her passion for goal setting, achievement, and development of others. Connecting with people across the globe, she has worked with organizations executives and leaders and has been instrumental in helping them effectively lead and have positive impact within their current role and beyond.
Kerry spent over 10 years with Calvin Klein Cosmetics, eventually taking her expertise to run workshops for Shiseido, NARS, La Prairie, Eve Lom, Moet Hennessy USA, Dun & Bradstreet, Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi and Trident Mortgage. A highly sought-after business expert, Kerry has appeared on CNN Headline News, featured in NJ Monthly, and written for Gannet’s Business Etiquette. She’s also the co-author of You Did What? The Biggest Mistakes Professionals Make, currently in its fifth edition. The second book in the series, You Said What?, was released in 2012, with follow-up Enhancing Your Executive Edge: How to Develop the Skills to Lead and Succeed published in 2014. Together with her writing partner, Kim Zoller, Kerry hopes to convey the idea that presence is the ultimate precursor to promotion.
A natural-born problem solver, Kerry uses her own positive attitude and perception to foster relationships and help others do the same. Her ultimate goal is helping others become their best selves, whether it’s at work or in their personal lives.
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