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3 ways leaders can hold engaging presentations in a hybrid setting

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As we enter this age of mixed-mode meetings—people in the room and people on the screen in the same meeting—how do you command attention? How do you establish your presence as a leader? How do you position yourself as a high-potential leader with a big runway? A leader who can influence key decisions today and set the course for the business in the future?

If you want to excel as an influencer, excel at getting your projects approval and establishing the quality that sets you apart, you will have to make three shifts in your mindset.

The old mindset

You believed that movement was a key to projecting power. You had images of Steve Jobs moving around the stage. You watched your leaders move around the room, directing attention to their PowerPoint, moving back to center, and moving closer to individuals in the room.

So, with all these images of people moving, your impression was that movement is a key to projecting power, and because moving around felt so strong, good, and helped calm your nerves, you eagerly embraced that mindset that movement was the key to projecting power.

The new mindset

You need to embrace the belief that standing still projects authority, and that balance projects strength. You can’t stride around........

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