Imagine the hypothetical of Siobhan. She was a top student in her law degree. She aced her job interviews and had been working at a prominent law firm for a number of years. Her high-level of technical skill enabled her to get noticed by the partners of her law firm and for the first few […]
A frustrated client of mine, who runs a law firm, had been witnessing over a number of months countless other professionals in law secure high-paying clients without putting much effort into cold calling or asking for referrals.
Have you ever thought about your reputation in business? Do you think if you keep your head down and produce good work, others will robotically hand you a promotion? If so, how has this approach worked for you so far?
Strong social skills are the difference between a good business person and a great one. Yet in business, the importance of social skills are often overlooked and neglected.
Do you want to improve your leadership presence? Do you want to infuse more confidence, power and authority into your business interactions? The reality is, nobody is born a leader. Leadership is something you must learn and develop, one skill at a time.
Have you heard of the term “executive presence”? If you’re career-driven and ambitious, I’m positive you’ve read about this topic at some stage. I have to admit, it’s a topic that I’m deeply fascinated with. And in fact, I wish I’d known a little more about it when I first began my career in business.