Executive Presence Programmes

for Corporates

Our programmes can be done either live or virtual.
They are all customisable to your organisation’s objectives. 
We can contextualise them for keynote, training and coaching modalities.  

Live sessions

Remote sessions




Our Executive Presence Model

Executive Presence is made up of 4 critical components:


how masterfully you express your thoughts and ideas 


how authentically you connect with people and how well you grow and nurture that network of connections


how well you maintain your composure in the face of conflict and crisis.


being culturally sensitive to how you project your presence and respecting their boundaries.

At the core of our 4C model are Competence and Values. Without strong competence in what you do and values, presence will be weak, at best. 

Today, we need to take into consideration these factors, both in virtual and face-to-face environments. 

Diagram shows the components that makes up Executive Presence. 

Our Executive Presence Programmes

Please contact us to get more information on any of our programmes below.


Developing Your Asian Executive Presence

Who will benefit

Having strong skills, knowledge, and good work ethics make you an excellent professional. But these attributes alone does not put you on the leadership path. It is your executive presence that sets you apart from your peers.


But there is a problem. 

A lot of executive presence trainings are based on a Western model. The straight-forward, bold way of building a presence may work in the West but not in our Asian culture. 

This programme teaches how you can build your personal brand with power and impact while being true to your Asian identity. 

  • New managers

  • High potentials

  • Leaders

  • Sales executives


Building More Cohesive Work Teams Through Assertive Communications

Who will benefit

The team that works well is the team that communicates well. If you think about it, all team issues can be traced back to poor communications. 

Some individuals are naturally quiet and passive, and there are those who tend to be very aggressive in their communication. Misunderstandings arise because of the differences in communication styles.


Team members are not able to express themselves and get their message across in the most effective way. 

Assertiveness has been proven to help reduce workplace conflict and anxiety when dealing with difficult conversations at the workplace.

This programme is designed to teach participants practical Assertive Communication skills so that they can communicate with diplomacy, tact and confidence with co-workers.


They will also learn how to relay their thoughts and messages in a clear, direct and respectful way when faced with common difficult situations at work. 

  • New managers

  • Leaders

  • Work Teams


Handling Conflicts & Challenging Conversations with Tact & Poise for a Productive Outcome

Who will benefit

Let's face it, as long as we are working with people, we are bound to be faced with having to deal with conflicts and difficult situations. 

It could be a simple misunderstanding that grew out of proportion. Maybe, you need to tell your subordinates that they will not be promoted. Did your colleague's shoddy work affect your deliverables? Worse, it could be about telling your boss that they made an error. 

It's awkward. So we do our best to avoid these talks. Sometimes we even avoid the person we need to talk with. But we all know that these responses are not going to solve the problem. We become stressed out as the situation worsens. 

In this programme, you will learn how to navigate through the minefield of conflict and difficult conversations in a calm and balanced manner.

  • New managers

  • Leaders

  • Work Teams


Mastering Difficult Conversations in Sales & Client Service

Who will benefit

Demanding clients and prospects can be a nightmare for sales and client service professionals. Many react by being overly agreeable to avoid losing the client. Some even vent their frustration by being pushy. We know that it doesn't solve the problem.    

Most are not aware of the third style of communication that is highly effective in closing the sale—assertiveness.

Assertiveness has been proven to help salespeople communicate with confidence and poise, yet at the same time maintain their sales objectives. When this is coupled with a good understanding of persuasive language patterns, no client is too difficult to handle. 

This programme is designed to teach participants practical assertive and persuasive communication skills so that they can manoeuvre through sales conversations with confidence and poise.


Being able to control the conversation is the hallmark of top sales and client service professionals.

  • New managers

  • High potentials

  • Leaders

  • Sales executives

  • Business development executives


Influence and Persuasion at Work, Even When You Don't Have Authority

Who will benefit

Persuasion is a critical component of interpersonal communication. Forty percent of our time at work is spent selling. It could be pitching ideas, systems and techniques. 

Many executives feel disempowered because they don't have the formal authority to push forward their proposals. But this is a misconception. 

Persuasion is a skill, not a designation. Persuasive individuals can influence others towards an objective regardless of their rank. 

This programme will effectively equip participants with the skills to strategically influence others, prime their thoughts and emotions to get buy-in and persuade stakeholders to think differently.

  • New managers

  • High potentials

  • Leaders

  • Sales executives

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