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My Path Forward Professor. Charlie E. Hardy Department of Business Administration College of Business Administration Alabama State University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for MGT 220: Systems Approach to Business By: Kierra Brewer Monday, November 30, 2015 This course has had a significant impact on my future outlook. My path forward is broad, adventurist, and exciting. This course enables me to reach for greater possibilities in the unfertile ground of business. It has made me aware of the importance of having a specific approach and style to engaging in business transactions. The executive presence which supports my future that were acquired in this course are: 1. Communications 2. Style (Dress) 3. Confidence in…show more content…
It is the Presence that makes an impact on others to convey that you not only occupy a seat, but make an impact to ensure to that other African Americans that look like you are never marginalized or overlooked. An October 2012 study by the Center for Talent Innovation, a non-profit research think tank in New York City in which 208 senior executives were surveyed revealed that 75 percent of those surveyed about Executive Presence said that unkempt attire is a detractor for both men and women and 73 percent said that ill-fitting or provocative clothing is problematic. According to the article in Forbes on professional development it was concluded that Leaders with Executive presence dress appropriate, speak in an appropriate voice and tone, are careful about body language and maintain a workplace environment. A Leader that fits that profile is productive and effective. In MA publication by Jan Medalla, indecision in many cases means mediocrity. A good leader is decisive and will always make hard decisions. Decisions are made based on factual information presented. In this position, the leader cannot be fearful of making the wrong decision. The leader must utilize every effort to avoid making a mistake. The final article by Forbes November 7, 2011 supports the notion that benefits are to be used to enhance
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