California School Fiscal Services
|Posted on July 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM|
Please take a few minutes to read this excellent study on Executive Presence.
Performance, hard work, and sponsors get top talent recognized and promoted.
But “leadership potential” isn’t enough to lever men and women into the
executive suite. Leadership roles are given to those who also look and act the
part. Center for Talent Innovation research reveals that the top jobs often elude
women and professionals of color because they lack “executive presence” (EP),
or underestimate its importance. And they’re simply not getting the guidance
they need to acquire it.
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