Our Washington Post Best Seller Own the Room published by Harvard Business Review Press has reached thousands of leaders
across many industries working to develop an authentic leadership presence.
People are drawn to and influenced by leaders who communicate authentically, connect easily with people, and have immediate impact. So how do you become one of them. How can you learn to own the room. This book will help you develop your leadership presence.
No matter where you sit in an organization, you can own the room, if you are able to do two things well: first, demonstrate your authentic value and distinction, and second, connect to others in a positive way. Leaders who are able to be authentic while connecting with and impacting others have what the authors call a Signature Voice® a means of self-expression that is uniquely and distinctly their own. Once you discover and express your own signature voice, you’ll be ready to take your leadership presence to the next level.
Filled with real-life stories and examples, Own the Room demystifies the concept of presence and gives you the tools you need to identify and embrace your unique Leadership Voice® and have a greater impact on the world around you.
The buzz on the book…
“Great advice for communicating authentically and connecting more easily with employees in a positive way. Washington Post The skills, drills and devices in the book are based on Paravis Partners Signature Voice® workshops. If you can?t take the workshop, the book offers a sound alternative.” – SUCCESS Magazine
“There are few, practical roadmaps to leadership that teach by example; Own the Room: Discover Your Signature Voice to Master Your Leadership Presence by Amy Jen Su and Muriel M Wilkins is definitely one of them.” – CareerBright.com
“The book is chock full of tables, quizzes and charts to help readers visualize and create action plans.” – 800 CEO READ
“This is a book that is as applicable to small business owners who sell to more corporate clients as well as to employees who are looking to move into leadership positions.” – Small Business Trends (smallbiztrends.com)