A leader’s ability to make a meaningful difference rises and falls with the quality of their presence. Presence dictates how much of our mental, emotional, and physical talents are available to us at a given moment. By presence, we do not mean charisma; we mean awareness. This awareness improves insight and action, but a lack of awareness assures that you are not fully connected to yourself, to reality, or to others—dangerous territory for a leader.
In this episode, Emma Rose is joined by Richard McDonald and Roger Henderson, two of Conversant’s resident “presence gurus.” They talk about why presence matters, practical ways to support greater presence in your professional and personal lives, and why it’s a critical ingredient to healthy relationships, both at the office and at home.
February 1, 2022
Book: The Vitality Imperative: How connected leaders and their teams achieve more with less time, money, and stress
Credibility, Influence & Impact: Our open enrollment leadership development program for senior leaders. Now accepting enrollments for Spring 2022.
Presence: Digital Resources and Practices from The Vitality Imperative
Conversant’s Presence Practice Library: 10-15 minute practices to help you find stillness, grounding, and calm in your day, increasing your awareness and capacity for authentic and purposeful leadership.
Video: The First Act of Leadership is Presence (6:50)
Video: Presence in the Midst of Chaos (webinar recording, 30:07)
Emma Rose has a diverse background in B2B marketing and sales, psychology, hospitality, and mental health and wellness. She is deeply passionate about what makes us […]Read more