Do People Pay Attention when You Speak?
You want your words to carry weight, you want people to listen to you, you want to speak with authority, you want to be trusted... you even want to be sought out for you opinions, insights and advice.
What you need is gravitas.
And here is where you will learn how to develop it in a simple five step programme.
What are the symptoms?
You know you need to develop more gravitas if people tend to ignore your advice, if people sometimes switch-off when you are speaking, if it seems like they don't trust your judgement.
Who needs gravitas?
If you want to further your career, you need gravitas. It is that commanding impression of authority, judgement and wisdom that people look to when they want a leader, when they need advice, or when someone has to give them confidence in the future.
That can be you...
Do you want:
Can Gravitas Be Learned?
We recognise gravitas when we encounter a set of attitudes and behaviours that conform to our expectations of authority, credibility and wisdom. You can learn these attitudes and behaviours, and you will, with this five step course.
What makes gravitas does depend, to a degree, on the culture and society you live and work in. This course is designed for people in Western, English-speaking cultures. But much of the advice will also be true for other cultures.
Think of the INFLUENCE and IMPACT you can have
when people seek you out and listen to your views.
Your Unconditional, No-questions, 30-Day Guarantee
The best way to assess how valid this material is in you culture is to try it out. I am so confident that this course will change your life that I offer you an unconditional, no questions asked, full 30 day money-back-in-full guarantee. If you don't think these five steps will give you the gravitas to influence and lead others, then just ask me for your money back.
What if you have questions?
I will be on hand to answer your questions if you get stuck, puzzled, or just want to know more. As a professional trainer, this is what I do, and I promise to respond within 24 hours of your question arriving with me from Udemy.
Enroll for this course now, so you can start to regain control of your life straight away.
You have to have the right attitude before people will see you as someone with gravitas.
The basis of your authority will be the knowledge, experience and expertise you have to share.
People will only perceive you as having gravitas if they also believe they can rely on you.
What can you do to create the sort of presence in a room that gets you noticed for the right reasons?
A confident, natural posture conveys gravitas and for most of us, this means being square-on and upright.
What are the elements to the kind of poise you need? And what are the five top body language tells that give you away as lacking confidence and gravitas?
Appearances matter, because we all judge each other on on this, before anything else. What are the rules you should be implementing?
People will judge your motives, so you need to get this right.
Without confidence, you have no gravitas, but it's a subtle thing, so you need to learn the basics of projecting confidence.
Where your attention goes will determine how much other people respect and look up to you.
For maximum gravitas, speak in a structured way that impresses others with your logic and clarity.
Your gravitas does not come from the complexity of what you say, but from the ease with which you can make complex ideas seem simple.
Gravitas means speaking only about what truly matters.
If you want to add value when you speak, but have nothing new to contribute, there are three ways you can do it...
It is not the answers you give but the questions you ask, that enhance your gravitas.
How to use your voice to convey gravitas.
What words will you use when you want to be authoritative?
If you want gravitas, slow down.
Silence is more eloquent than any words can ever be.
... and more powerful.
Dr Mike Clayton is a business trainer, author and speaker. Since 2002, he has been helping professionals, managers and leaders to excel in their roles with management, leadership, and personal effectiveness training.
Mike has written over a dozen books for major publishers like Wiley, Macmillan and Pearson, including: Powerhouse, How to Manage a Great Project, How to Speak so People Listen, Brilliant Time Management, and The Influence Agenda.
Mike's professional background is 12 years as a project management professional with the London office of international management consultancy Deloitte. Prior to that, Mike had an academic career in Physics, working at the world renowned Schuster Laboratory of The University of Manchester.
Mike currently has five courses on Udemy, with a long list of successful seminars and training courses to convert into video format.