Want to be the boss? Walk tall, stay calm and give good handshakes

04/30/2013 | Financial Post (Canada)

The key to success as a top leader is "executive presence," a nebulous phrase that refers to the intangible "it" quality possessed by all of the best bosses, Jim Murray writes. To develop presence, pay attention to your body language: It's important to walk tall, to project unflappability and to shake hands like a corporate rock star. "When you have it, people want to promote you, do business with you, recommend you to others and ultimately follow you," Murray writes.

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