Carol Kinsey Goman Leadership Expert

Carol is an international keynote speaker at conferences, business organizations, government agencies, and universities. She addresses a variety of leadership issues, but specializes in helping leaders build their impact and influence skills for fostering collaboration, building trust, and projecting that illusive quality called "leadership presence." She is the author of "STAND OUT: How to Build Your Leadership Presence." and the creator of LinkedIn Learning's video course, "Body Language for Leaders." Carol completed her doctorate in the United States. She can be reached at http://CarolKinseyGoman.com

 
10 Body Language Tips for Your Class Reunion

10 Body Language Tips for Your Class Reunion

According to the Wall Street Journal, the reunion season is about 25% busier this year due to the class get-togethers that were postponed during COVID.

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Do You Sound Like a Leader?

Do You Sound Like a Leader?

In 2002, a Stanford University professor made audiotapes of physicians and their patients in session.

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Charisma Takes Practice

Charisma Takes Practice

Charismatic persons have confidence, and they know how to be assertive.

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Trust, Leadership, and the Power of Stories

Trust, Leadership, and the Power of Stories

Trust. Every leader needs it. Trust is the foundation for successful collaboration.

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When She Looked Away, Did You Think She Stopped Listening?

When She Looked Away, Did You Think She Stopped Listening?

You were having an intense conversation with a woman you met at a networking event when she began to shift her gaze from your face to look around the room.

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