Test Your Executive Presence (EP)
Here are 20 questions to get you thinking about your current level of Executive Presence. Most successful executives consider EP to be the one thing that has contributed most to helping them get promoted, get paid more and Lead with IMPACT. For that reason, Executive Presence is often called the "IT Factor," the "Hidden Factor" or the "Secret Sauce." Most important, Executive Presence is a strong predictor of future success in business and in life.

Let me share the good, news first. Regardless of your score on this "test" or any assessment of your current level of Executive Presence, it is a learned skill. Which means, YOU have the power to improve it.

Take the test to see where you are now. Do you have IT? Want more of IT? ...

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# Years of management/leadership experience
When I enter a room, people notice and remember me. *
2 points
When I speak, I convey confidence with my voice, body language, and facial expressions. *
2 points
I understand the power of listening. I have enough confidence to listen even more than I speak. *
2 points
When I strongly agree or strongly disagree with someone or something, I Speak Up. *
2 points
My body language (my gestures and movements) supports my verbal message adding to my credibility and likability. *
2 points
I dress for the job I want and carry myself like the C-suite leader I am becoming. *
2 points
When I am asked, "How's it going?" My responses are positive, professional, and authentic. *
2 points
I avoid disclaimers like: "I'm no expert ..." or "It's just my opinion, but ..." I don't say, "I'm sorry," unless I am at fault and genuinely apologetic. *
2 points
I keep current with business trends, technology, news, and world events. *
2 points
I believe in my vision and I enjoy sharing it. Sharing my vision helps to motivate others. *
2 points
When I am in a situation that challenges my values, I stay true to my values. *
2 points
I am able to acknowledge the contributions of others without minimizing my own contributions. *
2 points
I am open to receiving positive and negative feedback from others. When I need to, I make changes. *
2 points
I am aware of what makes me unique and I rely on my strengths to standout at work. *
2 points
I know that I will make mistakes, but I do not live in fear of making them. I focus on how I can learn from my mistakes. *
2 points
I trust my intuition and my instincts to make great decisions. *
2 points
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