Coaching for Leadership Presence

  • Clarice Scriber


LEADERSHIP PRESENCE IS a common coaching concern for aspiring leaders in organizations where technically savvy leaders—and even brilliant ones—climb the corporate ladder and find that they are navigating unfamiliar terrain and that the stakes are high. To succeed at this level, leaders must develop a strong leadership voice with peers, superiors, and subordinates. Many also must round off sharp edges that make them ineffective.


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