Our world, today, presents so many distractions that take over our listeners’ attention. How do you command a room? Get your voice heard? Have your presence felt? Take charge?
And move people to action?
There is such a thing as “pre-expressive” communication that is referred to as Presence. In the theater this phenomenon is called “star power,” in business we call it “leadership presence.”
You can capture and hold attention, move people, pull them in, and make them want to listen to you – even if you are communicating a dry, technical message.
By tapping into your intuition through a series of exercises that teach leaders how to strengthen the ability to perceive and sense their environment, you can capture attention and achieve greater flexibility while maintaining control.
This work gives you the skills, confidence, and personal resources to present yourself successfully in your high-stakes interactions.
- When the stakes are high, play the bigger game
- Step it up in those “moments of truth”
- Project an undeniable presence and a command
- Build greater confidence and comfort
- Release intelligence and talented behavior
- Taking risks more readily
- Being at ease in everyday and high pressure interactions
Learn how in this 3-hour session.
In this introductory session, we’ll take you through skills, exercises and activities that help you tap in to your inner knowing to get you to own the room.
Join me. The work provides a novel experience with new ways to have you be more successful in your business -It opens new neural pathways to more supportive behaviors. The work is fast-paced and hey, it’s not around a conference table!
Details: There is limited capacity – only 16 people are in the session.
Cost: Very Special Rate – $100 per participant; register and pay by credit card at www.presence-impact.com under Upcoming Events (at the right had side of page)
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Location: Primary Stages
307 West 307 West 38th Street, between 8th & 9th Aves, 15th Floor, Studio A
Subways: 1, 2, 3 to Penn Station; A, C, E to Penn Station; N, R, W, 7 to Times Square
Buses: M20, M34A, M11, M7, M34
Martha Gelnaw – Consultant, Coach, Facilitator