The Executive Presence (EP) Training offers a potentially life-changing opportunity for people to revitalize their inherent significance – and their uniquely benevolent and commanding selves. Everyone deserves this.
Over 10 years ago, Co-Founder Sioux Messinger created the first version of The Executive Presence Training and then offered portions to her private corporate clients. Later, and in her role as Clinical Faculty at University of California San Francisco (School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry), Sioux offered a version of this course to her UCSF medical students. While brilliant, many of these medical students lacked the skills to “pop” outside of themselves and share their gifts in a connected and radiant way. As a result, they were being passed over for the best residency positions and many felt stalled early in their careers. Sioux found that just by teaching these students tools-of-the-trade for presenting with confidence, her students reported feeling as confident as they were “pretending” to be. Of course, exciting new research from Harvard Business School suggests that learned power can become authentic, and has enormous positive life implications, including improved chances of being selected for high-stake situations, improved mood, reduced stress, and a tendency to approach rather than avoid challenges (other research suggests otherwise; see both on our research page). The Executive Presence (EP) Training is now top-rated and is offered worldwide.
Fortune magazine noted Dan Messinger’s ground-breaking training and diversity/inclusion contributions as one of only three factors that propelled Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants to achieve Fortune’s esteemed 100 Best Places to Work designation.
Formerly VP of Learning & Development for a $5 billion public company, Dan’s ground-breaking leadership and executive development initiatives paved the way for massive positive cultural change and company growth. Dan has developed top leaders from organizations such as Facebook, Sheraton Hotels, Valspar, Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants and more. | LinkedIn
Sioux is Clinical Faculty in the School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry at University of California San Francisco and offered clinical group facilitation at Stanford University.
Yet, what really sets Sioux apart is this: Her uncanny ability to see in you what you don’t yet see in yourself, her unequivocal conviction in the equality of all people – and her commitment to help all human beings remember their full magnificence and benevolent power. | LinkedIn
May all beings remember their full magnificence and benevolent power.