In Conversation - Pamela Wigglesworth Executive Presence


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“And so executive presence remains a mystery to so many people.”

“Today, leaders need to be able to show empathy, they need to thank their teams, their team members, and they need to just be patient and listen. And so, there's a whole list of different core competencies that we could talk about. But those are at the top of my list. And decisiveness is another one, being able to make decisions quickly, even if it's in the virtual world.”


01:12 What does it mean to have an executive presence?

05:21 How the world has changed in the virtual realm

11:40 The need for engagement

16:45 Arrive prepared, well prepared

18:22 The steps involved in the secret sauce

Where to find Pamela Wigglesworth?



Who is Pamela Wigglesworth?

Pamela Wigglesworth, CSP, is an American, Singapore-based, international communication consultant & presentations coach, speaker, and CEO of Experiential Hands-on Learning. She works with clients to help them establish their executive presence; structure a clear, concise presentation message; and deliver their thoughts and ideas with style, confidence, and authority.

As a presentation coach she works one-to-one with senior leaders, C-suite executives, small business owners, sales teams and managing partners across multiple industries such as private equity, pharmaceutical, technology, medical devices, insurance, and more.

She has a global and multi-cultural outlook on life and business. Drawing upon more than 28 years’ experience as a business owner, she has a deep understanding of the issues and challenges facing presenters in today’s upended business environment.

In her coaching sessions, she acts as a neutral sounding board and provides another pair of eyes and ears, to help her clients discover their authentic voice and message. In the process they develop the skills to communicate in a way which makes an emotional connection with their audience.

Pamela provides actionable tactics, techniques and takeaways that can be immediately applied by individuals in their business.

She is the author of three business books, The 50-60 Something Start-up Entrepreneur: How to Quickly Start and Run a Small Business, Public Relations: An Easy, Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Small Business Public Relations and Media Plan and Small Business Acceleration: Get Noticed Using Facebook, LinkedIn, Email Marketing, Public Relations and Video Marketing.

She is a member of the Global Speakers Federation and served as a past Vice-President of the Asia Professional Speakers Singapore (APSS). Pamela is a founding board member of the Primetime Business and Professional Women’s Association in Singapore.

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