Leadership Skills iLead – Language of Leadership – Strength of Your Stance
I’m often asked what is the one thing that a course participant can do to ace that next job interview.
It’s a great question.
There is one technique that I share as part of the Language of Leadership module in the iLead program that will give you greater authority and confidence when you speak. You can get the details here or by clicking on the image below.
You can get the details by clicking on the image below.
Transcription Leadership Skills iLead
Here is a technique on how you can increase your presence, your authority, when you’re in any interview-type situation.
The Language of Leadership module is the fifth module in the iLead leadership skills program, and it shows you and gives you techniques on how you can be a stronger leader through individual techniques of why you say it the way you say it.
Leadership Skills: Your Stance
How do you stand? How do you sit? Do you fidget? The strength of your stance shows the strength of your message. If I’m talking to you here and I’m standing nice and solid and strong, it gives you a reassurance.
You may not even notice it, but if I don’t stand still and strong, if I talk about how you need to sit still and that will help you get your message across while I’m talking and moving so much, it makes it difficult for you to follow.
The strength of your stance shows the strength of your message. Be aware of how you’re sitting, how you’re standing. Is your weight evenly balanced or are you sitting around like this?
iLead Leadership Skills: Let’s Discuss
What I’d love – below, can you pop in a comment or a message on how you have seen people fidgeting and looking nervous and moving around, and how it affects your feeling of what it is that they are trying to get across.
The strength of your stance is just one of the exercises and techniques I teach in the Language of Leadership module as part of the iLead leadership skills program. This program helps your organisation develop leaders at all levels, so you can go out and achieve more, and there’ll be greater career and job satisfaction within all your organisations.