Coach Helps Nichols Students Develop Their ‘Executive Presence’ for Future Leadership Roles

By HOPE RUDZINSKI DUDLEY, Mass.—Executive presence is rated as the most important skill to be an effective leader. It’s the ability to exude a sense of gravitas—confidence, decisiveness, dignity, and poise. First impressions matter, in and out of the workplace. Therefore, it’s the difference that makes you memorable for the right or wrong reasons. And, if you want […]

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