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3 tips for developing an executive presence

  • interpersonal aptitude (the way you interact with others)
  • professional affect (how you present yourself)
  • technical competence (what you know).

Here’s how you can ensure you and your company’s leaders have executive presence to effectively lead your company.

Strengthening interpersonal aptitude

Building professional affect

Ask yourself how you’re showing up in the office. Do you bring substance and authority to the table? How are you illustrating your talent and knowledge? Great leaders should be able to show to others that they have the experience to lead.

Ensuring technical competence

TRACOM’s research illustrates what is important to demonstrate your technical competence. It’s a mixture of traits, including delivering results, showing strategic thinking and expertise, being decisive, and being a visionary.

Final thoughts

Jim Allen is a business leader and entrepreneur who has built one of the top-producing real estate groups in the Triangle. He is President of The Jim Allen Group, which is consistently named one of the top real estate teams in North Carolina and even North America.

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