Leadership is Presence with Integrity!

PRESENCE: The state or fact of existing, occurring, or being present in a place or thing.

Executives with presence seize your attention not just because they have power, but because they know how to use it. Understanding the impact you have is crucial to running a successful organization. When you step into a room, look people in the eye and offer a firm handshake. Make others comfortable, build rapport, and elevate the conversation to focus on the bigger picture.

INTEGRITY: adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.

Leaders who maintain steady performance at the top levels of business anchor their decisions in a consistent set of values. This stability and steadfastness affect every relationship. It may seem basic, but stick to “doing the right thing.” Be nice to people, let others be part of the win-win. Be thankful, polite, and respectful. People will notice these positive characteristics and define you as having integrity.

These two will give you “SOCIAL JUDGMENT”: a theory that focuses on the internal processes of an individual’s judgment with relation to a communicated message.

What message are you communicating with your presences?

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8 thoughts on “Leadership is Presence with Integrity!

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