Having a point of view is what gives leaders the ability to “show up” every day in a way that makes their presence irresistible. Ron Ricci explains.
True presence is multidirectional. It sends energy and it receives energy. It dazzles and it is bedazzled by others.
Think you’re too much of an introvert or bad speaker to be a leader? Think again: anyone can develop leadership presence.
Connective leaders become the glue that holds diverse people together around those sweet spots of shared interest. Kare Anderson explains.
We might need mavens, connectors, and salesmen to pull off a successful revolution, but having them doesn’t guarantee change will happen.
What is your vision for the team, and how many of your followers know it and are striving to achieve it? Take this quick quiz to see how you rate.
Leadership presence, while beneficial for those believed to have it, is most powerful when it's used to move, touch, and inspire people.
TEDxTeen is more than just a day of inspirational presentations for young people. It's a platform that can inspire youth to become disruptors of tomorrow.
There are now two rooms in the 21st century. How does a leader own the room when the room is virtual and the audience can be global?
Managers should demonstrate different skills that complement leaders’ skills. In other words, you want them to be different, yet similar. Here's why.