How to be a CEO
Fecha: 26 of july
Hora: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Lugar: Externado de Colombia University
The Externado Business Administration Faculty invites undergraduate students to the talk offered by Harrison Monarth, international bestseller author, prestigious academic, and executive coach.
There are significant differences between those who are actual company CEOs and those aspiring to be one. It is not about the levels of intelligence, connections or luck; it is about how you are perceived and the ability to have a genuine Executive Presence.
The Externado Business Administration Faculty invites undergraduate students to the chat “Executive Presence” offered by Harrison Monarth, New York Times bestselling author and Executive coach. He counsels leaders, senior executives, high potential managers and other top professionals on effective leadership and positive behavior change for professional and organizational success.
Monarth has helped many leaders, at all levels, develop a powerful personal brand and authentic executive presence. With Harrison’s coaching, leaders from various sectors develop increased self-awareness, overcome “derailed” behaviors, enhance personal effectiveness, develop new leadership skills and competencies, as well as communicate with confidence and competence.
The speaker’s clients include General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, MetLife, AT&T, Northrop Grumman, Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Deloitte Consulting, Cisco Systems, GE, and Standard & Poor’s, among others, as well as start-up entrepreneurs, political candidates, and members of the United States Congress. Also, he is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Fortune, and Entrepreneur.com