Webinar Recording: The Personal Science of Executive Presence and Influence: The Bates ExPI™
Executive presence (EP) has long been acknowledged as a critical factor in leadership. However, its definition is often mysterious and subject to diverse perspectives. The default assumption is to equate presence with appearance and presentation skills. While these factors are important, they make up only a small piece of the "executive presence puzzle."
We set out to take a closer look at EP and over the past year, conducted extensive research in leadership, communications, psychology, and social action theories and literature. The result is the Bates Executive Presence Index (ExPI™), the first-ever research-based, scientifically validated model and assessment of executive presence. The ExPI clarifies executive presence as a three-dimensional model of character, substance, and style. The model is broken down into 15 distinct facets that are proven to make up a leader's overall presence and level of influence.
On July 8, 2014, Suzanne Bates presented a virtual briefing on the ExPI model and assessment tool.
This virtual briefing was geared towards HR, leadership development, talent management, and communications professionals.
Learn about the three-dimensional model of executive presence and the 15 facets proven by research to create leadership influence
Find out about the ExPI Assessment - a multi-rater survey and 360 tool used to measure a leader's strengths and needs when it comes to EP
Engage in an interactive case study to discover the real-world application of the model to a leader's development goals and business imperatives
Hear about the initial results of a pilot study to test the reliability as well as the construct and content validity of the assessment