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Don’t miss tomorrow’s webinar: Women in Leadership: The Power of Presence

September 1, 2014

Tuesday, September 30th at 1:00PM EST

Recent research shows that one reason women are under-represented at the senior leadership level is that they are “just not seen as leaders” or “lack executive presence.” Join Kate Nugent, Director of Product & Training at The Ariel Group as she explores the foundational skills and behaviors of executive presence and shares practical strategies women can use to show up and communicate with more power and impact.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • A four part behavioral model of presence
  • Common presence pitfalls women face on the path to leadership
  • Tips for identifying and adopting high-presence attitudes and behaviors





Nugent_KateKate Nugent is a director, consultant, and coach. She has conducted leadership development programs for organizations such as American Express, General Electric, Deloitte Consulting, and Merrill Lynch. She has taught acting and improvisation for more than 15 years to youths and adults and has been a guest artist and teacher at many universities and theaters, including UMass Amherst, SUNY New Paltz, Boston University, Sonoma State University, and New World Theater.

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Women in Leadership Institute

NOV. 13–16, 2023 | Orlando, Florida, or Virtual
A 4-day immersive learning experience designed to equip women leaders with actionable strategies to overcome the hurdles women often face in the workplace.

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