The Power of Presence

Exam Questions: 50
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 256 | Content: 224, Supplemental: 32
NASBA Area of Study: Management Services
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 6530D

Presence has the power to bring people to you and to open any door. In this course, you will learn how to unlock your potential to influence and engage others and see how everyone can improve their presence and stand out, create trusting relationships and get others on board with a vision. With masterful strategies and practical tools, this course will help you get rid of limiting behaviors, provide new ways of thinking and doing, and allow you to discover your inner strengths and leadership abilities. PLEASE NOTE: Not acceptable for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • What Are You Thinking?
  • Your Actions Are Speaking So Loudly I Can Hardly Hear What You're Saying
  • Stopping the Negativity Loop
  • Presence as Perception
  • Go Ahead, Trip Over Your Own Perfectionism
  • Trust: The Ultimate Gatekeeper
  • What You Can Learn About Emotional Intelligence While Riding in the Elevator
  • A Note to Emailphiles, CrackBerry Addicts, and Turbo Texters
  • Inspiring Change from the Brain Down
  • From Vision to Visionary
  • Declarations Create Possibilities
  • Strategic Shock Value and Other Ways to Create Shining Moments
  • Bringing It All Together: Presence in a Pinch
  • To recall the objectives of having an intentional presence
  • To identify the impact of actions versus the words spoken
  • To recognize ways to deal with negativity
  • To identify authentic presence and to recognize its importance
  • To recognize the significance of authentic connections
  • To recognize how important it is to be approachable and connected
  • To recall why you should include story telling in your communications
  • To recognize how trust is the foundation to presence
  • To recognize characteristics of emotional intelligence and an emphatic leader
  • To identify the impact of using email on communication
  • To recall the impact neuroscience has had on how humans form decisions
  • To recognize the importance of having visions and being a visionary
  • To identify the significance of not losing sight of a vision and keeping the vision active
  • To identify the need to make declarations and to not fear failure
  • To recognize the importance of keeping things interesting in different communication settings
  • To identify which form of body language is noticed first

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