Pssst: The answer is “YES!” – but you do need a plan…
A while ago, I wrote an article about How to speak with gravitas. I’ve also written about How to present with gravitas to small, medium and large groups, online and offline. It’s such a popular topic, and there’s a lot more to say about it. So, here’s yet more advice to help you speak with gravitas and get taken more seriously.
The interview is a situation where you might feel you don’t have any power because you want the job, and you’re probably in competition with others to get it.
If you want to go for a new opportunity, you need to perform well at interview.
Central to any leader’s role is the ability to engage, persuade, motivate and inspire. You want your teams to be inspired to follow you.
Ever seen a speaker deliver a presentation that holds the audience spellbound?
In all aspects of life, change is accelerating faster than ever before. The reverberations of evolution occur at all levels across an organisation. This is brilliant for progress, but also a double-edged sword.
How many ‘faces’ do you put on in a day? One for work perhaps? Maybe one for when you are with friends. How about the ‘face’ you portray on your social media feed?
Now more than ever, leaders need to communicate with gravitas to influence and keep their workforces engaged and feeling cared for.
Ever wondered how some people are capable of commanding an entire room and others are not noticed, even as they step up to a podium?
Developing presence is one of the most important traits for a leader and crucial if you’re looking to increase your gravitas.
Have you noticed that there are some people who capture the attention of everyone in a room, through their magnetism and energy?