Is it time to let your star qualities shine?
Singers, actors and athletes know their public personas are directly tied to their revenues and opportunities. But what about the rest of us? Even if you are the best clinical research manager at your medical center, the financial analyst with the most accurate projections or the creative ad director who has won the most awards, talent alone doesn’t always ensure the recognition and rewards you deserve.
When you project confidence, people recognize you as the winner you truly are. You gain more:
- Job Security
The Power of Professional Presence: Get Their Attention and Keep It! provides a fast, proven path to becoming more persuasive and compelling while actually enjoying the process. Within hours or days, you will:
- Communicate your track record of success at client meetings, prospect lunches, networking events or industry conferences.
- Boost your confidence and finesse in social situations such as dinners with college classmates, weddings and airplane conversations.
- Learn the secret of making a memorable impression from a special bird native to the Galapagos Islands.
Reconnect with your special qualities and communicate them with flair.
- Begin making a strong impression way before walking through the door or picking up the phone.
- Upgrade your image to reflect both who you are and who you would like to be.
- Ensure your own upward mobility.
This is the first in a series of action-oriented guides based on Stefanie Smith’s career advancement philosophy: You have what you need to attain the career goals you want - if you recognize, build and communicate your value.
When it comes to your image, you determine the outcome. It’s not something that happens to you, it’s something that you make happen. You can learn from reading this book, or you can change your future by doing it. Let’s do it!
About the Author
Previously, at Grant Thornton LLP, she advised middle market companies, government agencies and non-profit institutions. At Mount Sinai Medical Center, she performed strategic, operational and financial projects for the CFO and executive team. At the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, she streamlined operations and presented to the public on Fed policies and global capital markets.
In her writing and work with business journalists, she addresses both the intellectual and emotional aspects of career management. She speaks and moderates for academic and professional groups and is quoted regularly in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Sydney Morning Herald, CBS Moneywatch.com, CNBC.com, The Christian Science Monitor and other major periodicals. She is a bylined contributor to American Management Association publications and writes a blog, www.CoachStef.com to provide ideas and resources for professional success.
Stefanie Smith's blend of creative and business perspectives reflects her academic and professional history, plus her passion for the arts. She studied Romance Languages and Literature at Princeton, but wrote a quantitative thesis on the Latin American debt crisis and holds an MBA from Wharton and London Business School. She sometimes quotes Pablo Neruda at executive strategy meetings or refers to Tocqueville while coaching clients. But her focus is always on getting the right results.
Stefanie is bilingual English/Spanish and speaks French. She volunteers pro bono time to medical, cultural and community service organizations. You can read her articles and media quotes at www.stratexconsulting.com .