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For in-house counsel, executive presence is best described as creating a consistent long-lasting impression over time by the manner in which a lawyer expresses him or herself and engages others.  This article will explain how to make your presence known at the executive level.

Some tips include how to project more self-confidence, earn influence, and cultivate connections.

This article appears in theAustralianCorporateLawyer, Volume 29, Issue 4 - Summer 2019

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