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How to Develop Executive Presence for a Bigger Piece of the Pie

December 8, 2020; 12:00 PM-1:00 PM EST

As unemployment skyrockets, displaced workers and would-be-job seekers, as well as confident career changers and business leaders all are rethinking what it takes to be on top. As of May 2020, 19.7% of the United States workforce was sidelined, and with more layoffs pending as fiscal years close, there is intense pressure to perform. Those with strong Executive Presence are likely to accelerate through the recent economic downturn, and you can, too!

Executive Presence is a simple recipe that with the right ingredients, mixed in the proper proportions, leads to career advancement.  The secret is knowing which ingredients and which proportions will advance your career. Don’t decelerate through the curves—instead accelerate, gain traction, and leap ahead by developing your executive presence for a bigger piece of the pie.

Key takeaways will be:

  • The basic ingredients for developing executive presence.
  • The recipe and proportions for growing your executive presence.
  • How to leverage your executive presence and the PIE principle for career acceleration.

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About Presenter:

Multi-dimensional educator, entrepreneur, career coach and quantitative risk modeler, Ginger Baxter is the Director of Graduate Career Advancement for the University of Miami Herbert Business School. Prior to joining Miami Herbert, Ms. Baxter served as the Sr. Director of Career Services for Emory University’s Goizueta Business School’s graduate business analytics program, served on senior leadership at Robinson College of Business’ Institute for Insights and was the Associate Director for Integrated Graduate Student Services for Georgia State University’s Modeling Cluster, leading their quantitative graduate business programs. Additionally, Ginger taught mathematics as adjunct faculty for Gwinnett Technical College and is a successful entrepreneur—launching two businesses from the bottom up—one a cognitive training program for individuals with learning differences and the other a multi-location educational service business. Additionally, she developed the in-person educational workshops to accompany the tech start-up software and platform Equities Lab for quantitative investing.