Thank you for attending Leadership Presence™.
During the two-day program, you had the opportunity to bring out the "executive performer" that lives within you. You learned to hold the room with strong gestures, a powerful stance, and an expressive voice.
Through improvisation and roleplays, you began to develop your own personal performance style and authentic charisma that will inspire. You also discovered how to perform your leadership role with a compelling presence that will truly engage your audience.
Now that you’ve completed this program we want to ensure that your learning is sustained – and that your investment in our program endures.
Please visit the sections below to access a summary of the key learning points from the program and valuable materials and resources to guide you in applying the learning from the classroom.
We wish you every success in representing RBC in a way that is engaging, persuasive and memorable.
Exercise 1 – Self Assessment:
Record yourself on your Smart Phone and use the RBC Peer Coaching Checklist below to identify your areas of strength and where you need to improve.
Exercise 2 – Peer Assessment:
Invite someone you work with to a meeting where you will have the opportunity to speak/present. Ask them to use the RBC Peer Coaching Checklist to provide you with constructive feedback on your presence in the meeting.
RBC Peer Coaching Checklist - Presence (PDF)
Updated Oct 12, 2017
Please use these speeches to practice the presence techniques you learned in the program.
For example, read the speech aloud and practice eye contact using the up, down, up technique.
Read it aloud again and this time focus on vocal projection.