How to Navigate the Bad Boss Executive Presence Gone Bad Last week we had a lively debate about executive presence. The question we sought to answer was, “Can you be an effective leader without executive presence?” The first task was to agree on what constitutes executive presence (not what constitutes leadership). We compiled this…
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