Projecting executive presence

04/22/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

One key to projecting "executive presence" in meetings is to prepare so that you never appear flustered, even when you're pressed for time, writes Ashley Cobert. Take a moment to compose yourself before you enter a meeting, and make sure you're always prepared by thinking about the questions you may be asked. Keep your body language confident, speak up when it's your turn, and respond to what others have said, she recommends.

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