Being a leader who people want to stick with requires you to create a compelling vision of where you are going and taking your team — and you need to be able to communicate all of that in the same compelling manner.
When leaders remain calm and composed, it can help alleviate anxiety and create a sense of stability and confidence within the organization. This can be particularly important in the life sciences industry, where employees often work on complex, high-stakes projects requiring significant focus and attention to detail.
At a certain point in your career, you realize that while you have a wealth of knowledge and experience, you’re not making the impact you want to have. What you are lacking is executive presence, and that will directly undermine your value at work.