Body language savvy is becoming part of a leader’s personal brand. People with “executive presence” sit, stand, walk and gesture in ways that exude confidence, competence and status. Effective leaders also send nonverbal signals of warmth and empathy – especially when nurturing collaborative environments and managing change. I’ve been awed by the impact that body language has on leadership results. I’ve seen first-hand how nonverbal signals can literally make or break a leader’s success. “Body Language for Leaders” is my new video course for Lynda.com.