Brooks Pierce hosted a lunch and learn for women on developing executive presence in its Raleigh office on Dec. 18. Society 54 co-founders Jill Huse and Heather McCullough presented on how women can build and develop their executive presence in the workplace.
The program, “Developing Executive Presence: Connecting Merit and Success,” provided attendees with the opportunity to examine their executive presence and discussed tools for self-reflection, the five C’s of executive presence, verbal and non-verbal confidence translators, differentiation, using influence to persuade and negotiate and personal goal setting.
Brooks Pierce hosted this event as a part of the firm’s Women’s Success Initiative, which seeks to foster a positive professional environment for women lawyers through the identification and creation of development opportunities to facilitate goal achievement and relationship building.
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