Want to get taken more seriously as a leader?
Wondering how to stand out from the competition?
Ready for promotion but don’t know how to make it?
Gravitas is the #1 skill for business success.
People with gravitas lead better, manage better, present better and network better.
The great news is, it can be learnt.
This powerful book teaches you six steps you can take to:
Raise your profile in a competitive environment
Communicate with confidence and credibility
Use your body language and voice to increase impact
Overcome nerves and handle challenging conversations
Packed with practical tools, exercises and case studies,
the book has been developed based on global research into what works for today’s leaders.
After reading this book you will know how to:
Hold your own in high stakes meetings and conference calls
Deliver powerful presentations that resonate with your audiences
Get noticed and remembered for the right reasons when networking
…all while staying true to who you are and your purpose as a leader
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What People Say....
A must read with good reference material you will come back to over and over again.Mobina Salahuddin, Senior Manager, Deloitte UK
The insight Antoinette brings to the areas of impact and gravitas are significant. I’d highly recommend not only reading her thoughts – but trying them – I assure you it’ll make a difference!Catherine Cape, Head of T&D for Service Centre Europe, Deutsche Bank
This will be very helpful to a broad senior management segment who are looking to move into senior leadership roles.Shrey Viranna, CEO, Discovery Health
This book will give you the practical tools to realise your goals: a wonderful resource for getting on in life.Margot James, Member of Parliament for Stourbridge UK
People are often told that to progress in their careers they need to develop gravitas, but very few are given the direction and support to do this. This book is a must read for anyone taking on a new role or looking to fine tune their leadership skills.Anna Parfitt, Head of HR, Oliver Bonas
There is no doubt that gravitas is needed in abundance right now and the good news is that it can be learnt. I encourage you to read this and to take the learning Antoinette offers on board.Sue Knight, author of NLP at Work