Developing Executive Presence in Leadership
Are you radiating with self-assurance and composure through your executive presence? Want to seal a deal with conviction or inspire those around you? It’s natural for those in leadership and management to want to make a first impression to new relationships and to encourage key decision makers with executive presence.
Developing executive presence can open opportunities for you to shine through with confidence, with a professional aura, appearance, behaviour and communication abilities can be used to a benefit in your leadership development. This skill can be cultivated and enhanced in our expert-led online virtual training from our Leadership & Management series. Learn executive presence skills in leadership to come out shining with professionalism, from the moment you walk into the room, how you act, speak and dress.
At the Civil Service College, we tailor our courses to each attendee’s role and organisations, ensuring that each delegate gets the most out of the training. Our courses and trainers are continuously updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.
This online leadership development training in developing executive presence is beneficial for senior executives or those aspiring to be.
10:00 - 16:00
£495 + VAT
Zoom/ Microsoft Teams
Matt has had a successful career in politics, culminating in his role as Chief Special Adviser in the Welsh Government, he was also the Special Adviser for Media & Strategic Communications, and the Education Special AdviserRead Bio
Matt is passionate about words – and the power they have to make real and lasting change in the world.
Matt has had a successful career in politics, notably as a Chief Special Adviser in the Welsh Government. Prior to this, he was the Special Adviser for Media & Strategic Communications, and the Education Special Adviser. As the most senior adviser working for the First Minister of Wales, Matt has worked with politicians, officials, and external partners to help deliver Government programmes. He also had responsibility for writing keynote speeches and leading on high profile communications challenges. In addition to his work for Government, Matt worked in various roles for the Labour Party in Wales, including as Director of Communications for the successful 2016 Assembly elections.
Working at the top of government in strategic, policy and communications roles has given him wide-ranging and high-level experience of speechwriting, media handling and training, change management, crisis communications, briefing senior teams, and stakeholder management.
Matt now runs his own communications consultancy, Words Matter.
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