Jodi Glickman is author of the critically acclaimed book Great on the Job, What to Say, How to Say It, The Secrets of Getting Ahead (St. Martin's Press) and is a writer for the Harvard Business Review. Jodi and her team have reached hundreds of thousands of the brightest minds across corporate America and academia-counting LinkedIn, JP Morgan, Abbott, and Harvard Business School among her longest standing clients.
Jodi has appeared on the TEDx stage (Why You Should Stop Looking for Work You Love) and is the passionate about developing leaders-both seasoned executives and next generation talent. Her career advice has been featured in publications including the New York Times, USA Today, Business Week, Fortune, Forbes, WSJ finance, CNN Money, and Huffington Post.
Speaking up on a conference call, pitching a prospective client, presenting your analysis to your boss, or simply "showing up" online as your best self - how do you make your presence known in a powerful and compelling way? Learn what executive presence really is (and isn't), why it has nothing to do with your title or role, and how to get more of it. Specifically, you'll walk away with concrete strategies on how to:
Virtual - December 02, 2021
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