Body Language

Teaching the right strut

Captains of industry have it. So do great generals and successful politicians. People with executive presence exhibit a purposeful style and confident mannerisms that give the impression of control. When they walk into a crowded room, they naturally command the respect and attention of those around them. That intangible quality is in demand by business people who want every advantage in climbing the ladder to success.

Teaching executives to exude the right stuff is the business of Denver's Benton Management Resources, which has seen its sales double in the past year,...

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