Have you ever been in a crowded conference room where several side conversations simultaneously take place? Half the room is discussing the looming deadline for a project while others discuss the results from last night’s American Idol episode. At some point, the conference room door swings open and with the entry of a single individual, a hush comes across the room. There are a variety of reasons that the man or woman entering the room creates silence. What is common in each case is that the executive entering the conference room commands respect.
Harrison Monarth, author of the book Executive Presence: The Art of Commanding Respect Like a CEO, doesn’t believe that this needs to be a result bred from a culture of fear. In fact, respect is earned through the awareness of a set of tools that fall under the banner of Social Intelligence (SI). SI is about more than having a friendly smile and the ability to make people laugh. Monarth’s book reveals the secrets of how to leverage SI to get your message across and get results.
In fact, Monarth offers a way to improve your SI in only seven days. To learn how, visit Summary.com and pick up a copy of our newest summary Executive Presence: The Art of Commanding Respect Like a CEO.