Don’t fall into the trap most people do when working virtually


The massive opportunity that many companies may squander when it comes to virtual working


It took me 20 years to finally feel this way…


DIVERSITY DISCOURSE SERIES

Confidence — the surprising relevance of the Six Degrees of Executive Presence to your Diversity program

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What it Means

Confidence. In “The Confidence Code,” by Katty Kay & Claire Shipman, confidence is defined as “the purity of action produced by a mind free of doubt.”

Things to Consider

For DEI programs, it’s not just what you are…


DIVERSITY DISCOURSE SERIES

Engaged — the surprising relevance of the Six Degrees of Executive Presence to your Diversity program

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What it Means

Engaged. This is when you are giving attention to something.

Things to Consider

For DEI programs, who and what are you engaging with? For example, if turnout is low to diversity events, ask yourself what might get people more engaged? Or you could ask the opposite question. Why are some people disengaged or even hostile toward your efforts?


THIS IS HAPPENING

If this post makes you feel something, it is doing its job


DIVERSITY DISCOURSE SERIES

Stillness — the surprising relevance of the Six Degrees of Executive Presence to your Diversity program

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What it Means

Stillness. This is a state of freedom from storm or disturbance.

Things to Consider

For DEI programs, what time do you spend not doing, but simply reflecting, appreciating, or resting? The enemy of creativity is tension and you can’t relax when you constantly on the go. …


THIS IS HAPPENING

If this post makes you feel something, it is doing its job


DIVERSITY DISCOURSE SERIES

Equanimity — the surprising relevance of the Six Degrees of Executive Presence to your Diversity program

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What it Means

Equanimity. This describes an evenness of mind, especially under stress.

Things to Consider

For DEI programs, what is your reaction when things don’t go according to plan or a huge, unexpected problem pops up? Do you run around in circles without fixing a thing? …


Joe Kwon

Keynote speaker on Leadership and Executive Presence, with a heart for promoting diversity

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