It is the ability to inspire confidence in others to believe in and follow you.
To build executive presence, become aware of your communication style, actively seek feedback, make small changes to your behaviour that feel authentic, and be mentally present during conversations.
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Personalizing your current job in a way that feels energizing and helps you stay relevant.
How to use this: “I’ve been job crafting by taking on a more creative branding project in addition to just crunching data as an analyst.”
To bring your superpowers into your job, focus on these three questions:
A growth mindset is a belief that your abilities can be developed over time by learning to embrace failures, facing difficult situations with resilience, and seeking help along the way.
To build a growth mindset, remind yourself that your failure is not a sign of incompetence, Rather, it’s an opportunity to learn what not to do.
How often do you search Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram before meeting someone new? All the time, right? Everyone is checking you out online, too.
The “first” impression of you isn’t when you actually make contact, it’s when someone pulls up your profiles and makes snap judgments based on what they see. From there, once you actually do meet, they’ll likely be looking for signs to confirm the assumptions they’ve made about you. The same thing happens in your career, especially from your LinkedIn profile
Try practicing these three things:
Divergent Thinking is a method of thinking that allows us to consider various solutions to a problem and discover new points of view. It is also known as thinking “outside of the box.”
How to use this: “I was able to do some divergent thinking after journaling this morning. I came up with five new ideas!”
Take two or three mundane office or household items (like a sock, a paperclip, or a pencil) and brainstorm as many alternative uses as you can for each. For example, a sock can be used as a washcloth, a paperclip as a keychain, and a pencil as a hair curler.
It is the tendency to seek out information that affirms your beliefs and ignore information that opposes your beliefs.
How to use this: “It’s been so hard to try and change his mind about this project. I think confirmation bias is really impacting his decision-making.”
We are all afraid of new experiences, especially of the ones that require us to leave the safety of our comfort zone.
The way we react whenever this occurs has a big influence on how we live our life: instead of being scared, why not trying to embrace the new challenges with optimism and self-confidence? The results might be quite impressive.
People with strange names may feel they are at a disadvantage when their colleagues keep on using the wrong name.
Getting a name wrong may be unintentional, but it doesn't make it less irresponsible and unprofessional. However, there are some strategies you can employ.
“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change”.
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