Ep 85 // Demystifying Executive Presence with Kelly Lynn Adams

Executive presence - all leaders want it, but not all know how to get it. Join Akua as she shares pieces of a recent conversation with Executive and Life Coach Kelly Lynn Adams. They talk about leadership, vulnerability and mindset, and how to regulate and manage your emotions to inspire confidence among your coworkers.

Conscious leaders like Kelly Lynn know that leadership starts from within. Kelly Lynn began her journey on Wall Street, climbing the corporate ladder for 18 years before starting coaching and speaking in 2009. Trauma-informed Kelly Lynn helps leaders, visionaries, founders, executives & entrepreneurs break through what is holding them back and elevate to the next level.

Kelly gives valuable perspective drawing from her experiences from both the entrepreneurial and corporate worlds on the topics of leadership, vulnerability, mindset, and how to embrace challenges as part of your personal development. Akua and Kelly Lynn also discuss the importance of developing self-awareness and resilience when dealing with difficult situations.


Highlights in this episode: 

  • Communication is key in building executive presence. 
  • The two debunk the myth that vulnerability equals weakness when it comes to leadership. And how to know WHEN to be vulnerable so that your competence and acumen aren’t questioned.
  • Kelly Lynn talks about embodiment and how it pertains to executive presence. This means how you communicate with your body language and whether what you say matches what you do.
  • Taking time to reflect on your wins, your why, and the value you add is important and should be built into your routine.
     

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Links Mentioned In This Episode:

Connect with Kelly Lynn Adams: 
Instagram: @kellylynnadams
Website: www.KellyLynnAdams.com
LinkedIn: @kelly-lynn-adams
YouTube: @KellyLynnAdamsTV

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