What would be one of the words you would use to describe yourself? Technological? Strong? Communicative? How about confident? When you walk into a room, do you raise your neck a notch upwards or do you sink a little bit lower and wait for other people to take control?
Too many of us, and that includes . . . → Read More: Confidence is key for CIOs in the age of the personal brand
Who is the executive you think of when you think of a generic and confident public speaker? The chief executive, perhaps – after all, they’re often the public face of the business.
What about the marketing head, or the managing director for sales? Then there’s the finance director and operations chief, they’re sometimes asked to . . . → Read More: The modern CIO must be a confident communicator