Company X has a problem. Their Leader–recognized as trend-setting, dynamo by people in the upper-ranks of his industry–can come across as wooden, even defensive, when making a presentation before large audiences.
This Leader will soon be facing a very large and critical audience–the global meeting of the major investors in his company’s far-flung empire. The case has to be made that these investors need to reach into their pockets and pony-up for a fresh wave of modernization. To make this case, the Leader needs to get off the operational details and shift the thinking of his stakeholders to see startling possibilities.
He needs to be spellbinding. But he isn’t. Read