People must learn to project an executive image to get ahead in their careers, writes Ken White of the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business. Those with "executive presence" are confident, go-to people who keep their cool in a crisis, White writes: "Your executive presence is a major part of your personal brand."
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