Executive Presence: Lessons from an Executive Coach to the Fortune 500

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Will having fun at work diminish my image as a leader? Great question! Let's discuss.

Join me as I interview Harrison Monarth. Harrison is an executive coach to the executives, managers, and high performers among Fortune 500 companies. Harrison Monarth shares 20+ years of experiences as well as advice for anyone who wants to put their best foot forward at work, advance their careers, and get noticed for their executive presence.

He also shares a free executive presence self-assessment that you can complete at www.executivepresenceindicator.com

In this episode, we discuss:
  • How Harrison became an executive coach
  • What is executive presence
  • How leaders can unwittingly harm their own credibility
  • How aspiring leaders can hone their executive presence
  • How to avoid becoming someone that people despise at work
  • What executive presence looks like for women in leadership
  • Recommendations for young leaders - how to get respect at work despite your age
  • Harrison's thoughts on whether or not executives can keep their status if they endorse levity
  • One problem out there in the world that levity solves

Connect with Harrison Monarth

About this Episode
  • Episode: 16
  • Title: Executive Presence: Lessons from an Executive Coach to the Fortune 500
  • Release Date: February 2, 2020
  • Guest: Harrison Monarth

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