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Carol VernonName: Carol Vernon
Title: Certified Executive Coach
Company: Communication Matters, LLC
Session title: Projecting HR Executive Presence
Session date/time:  Monday, October 21 – 8:00 AM
LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/carol-vernon-executive-coach/3/983/aa0
Twitter: @CarolRVernon

Profile: Carol Vernon is a certified executive coach with more than 20 years of experience in nonprofits and government organizations. After more than a decade in senior leadership positions in national associations, Carol became a coach to help individuals and teams become more effective in the workplace. She serves as executive coach at the ASAE Annual Meetings and is a frequent speaker and presenter at ASAE’s women executive forums and career development programs. She also serves on the faculty of Yale’s Women Campaign School where she provides leadership and communications coaching for rising leaders committed to public service.

Carol uses a proven coaching process to help her clients cut through the clutter, assess where they are and where they want to be, and reach greater levels of sustainable professional success.

Carol is certified in a number of assessment tools, including 360s and team, behavioral and personality tools. Her areas of expertise are executive presence and communication skills and organizational and team leadership development. She currently works with a wide range of association, government, and Fortune 500 company leaders.

At the Nonprofit HR Conference, Carol will present on personal career development. Executive presence isn’t just for corporate executives. The ability to project a clear, confident, powerful presence at all levels of nonprofit leadership is especially crucial for nonprofits’ success. In this interactive session, participants will learn a process for helping themselves and their fellow employees clarify how they want to be perceived in their workplace and identify the key steps for fine-tuning their most effective presence. Topics covered include the ‘outer aspects’ of presence, including word choices, vocal strength, and non-verbal communication.  In addition, participants will explore the ‘inner aspects’ of executive presence, including how confident leaders in their organizations leverage their strengths and interpersonal skills in support of their nonprofits.

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