Registration Now Open!
Future Leaders Webinar: Executive Presence
Thursday, June 10, 2021
10:00 AM Central Time
This webinar will focus on the impression leaders make when they walk into a room and begin to speak. Studies show that executive presence counts for 26% of what it takes to get promoted.
We will discuss vocal executive presence - how one uses his/her voice and words - as well as the broader picture of how those in leadership positions can carry themselves to enhance the impression they make upon others.
Our goal is to get participants thinking about how they use their voice, body language, choice of dress, and more, and then consider the message they are sending.
Participants will leave with an understanding of what constitutes executive presence and the knowledge of how to start to enhance their own executive presence.
Interested in more executive education for yourself or your company's emerging leaders?
We are now accepting applications for the 2022-24 Executive Leadership Program cohort, presented in collaboration with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Space is limited.
The NFPA Future Leaders Network connects emerging leaders at NFPA member companies to the tools they need to better themselves and their companies, such as exclusive leadership education, targeted networking, and other association engagement opportunities. Anyone on a leadership track within an NFPA member company who is under the age of 45 is eligible. Contact Katrina Schwarz at email@example.com or (414) 778-3356 to learn more or to join.
Speaker: Jennifer Miller, Principal, Rockford Gray
Jennifer Miller has a Master’s in Professional Studies from the University of Denver, specializing in Organizational Leadership & Public Relations/Marketing and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Professional Journalism and French. In 2020, she successfully completed the Public Relations Society of America Crisis Communication Certification Program.
Jennifer shares her understanding of executive presence, news media and crisis management as a published author, a noted commentator and conference speaker.
Jennifer has more than 15 years of news reporting, including seven years at CBS News. Her time at the network took her to Capitol Hill, the North Lawn of the White House and to disasters such as the Break-up of Space Shuttle Columbia, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and several tornadoes, wildfires and hurricanes.