Collaborative Leadership Collaboration has become an essential ingredient for organizational survival and success. As more organizations move toward a collaborative culture, a new leadership model is emerging—one that replaces command and control with trust and inclusion. The leader’s new role is to create an environment in which people choose to participate and contribute. This course […]
Body language for Leaders – Updated Research shows that when your verbal and nonverbal signals are out of alignment, people are forced to choose between what they hear and what they see. And subconsciously, they’ll believe your body language. In this course, workplace body-language expert Carol Kinsey Goman, PhD, reveals how body language is perceived […]
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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. It’s available on Lynda.com.