Sarah Thurstan is a film and theatre actor by training but has focused on developing people’s personal and executive presence for the last 20 years, working with students at leading business schools and executives at large organisations across the globe. She has just published her book, Personal Presence, and discusses some of the core ideas in that here.
In this conversation with Roddy Millar they explore the differences between personal and executive presence, some of the pitfalls people fall into in developing their presence and some of the tricks they can utilise to improve their confidence and how they come across in public, whether that be a formal or informal situation.
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