In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, we’d like to share some recent research we’ve conducted among women leaders in business, science and government—and then, get some insights from you. Read on to hear some sage advice about how to make a powerful entrance to a meeting, then tell us about what you’ve experienced.
There are many ways professional women either strengthen or weaken their leadership presence. Here’s one example: Have you or a coworker ever walked into a meeting with a hot mess of bags, files and do-dads, then went straight to a chair and plopped down? That appearance of chaos and not introducing yourself give the wrong impression. Listen to what Cindy Solomon, Leadership Development Consultant and author, has to say about a more powerful way to join a meeting:
Now it’s your turn! What challenges have you faced or seen among other women, when it comes to making a powerful entrance or communicating with confidence? What behavioral or process changes have worked for you? Leave us a comment below or send us your comment at firstname.lastname@example.org, and receive a free download of our white paper, Circles of Light: Women’s Wisdom, which contains more valuable advice from women leaders we interviewed for the publication.
In our next blog, we’ll include the feedback and tips we receive. Thanks in advance for sharing!
On the journey with you . . .
The PowerSpeaking Team