Leadership Presence:Techniques to Reach Out, Motivate and Inspire Others
February 9, 2015
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
What happens when you enter a room? Do you have that elusive quality called presence? Presence is not limited to people in mighty positions. Your presence is your ability to connect authentically with the thoughts and feelings of others, and you can learn how to inspire, motivate and connect in ways that elevate your presence as a leader. Join Guest Host and ITL faculty member Lee Ann Wurster-Naefe for an enlightening and practical conversation with Belle Linda Halpern. A professional singer/ actress, Halpern co-founded The Ariel Group in 1993 and Inspiring Educators in 2013 and has spent years bringing proven techniques for developing presence on stage to leaders in all sectors, from corporations to schools. Don't miss this fascinating hour and the chance to learn strategies for enhancing your own presence.
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