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Introducing New Executive Presence Microlearning Content from Lange International and Grovo

Executive Presence Microlearning Content from Lange International and Grovo
Written by Matan Berkowitz

A few weeks ago, we announced our new exclusive content partnership with Lange International, one of the leading experts in providing customized communications coaching, training, and consulting to executives. Today, we’re proud to announce the release of our first Grovo and Lange International co-branded Microlearning content on Executive Presence.

This release, which combines Lange International’s business communication expertise with Grovo’s proprietary Microlearning framework, will delight learners by challenging preconceived notions about what Executive Presence is, and offering different ways for employees of all skill levels (at businesses of all sizes) to improve.

As Jenna Lange, the founder of Lange International, explains in these lessons, having Executive Presence isn’t about capturing it – that intangible feeling certain people give off that makes them great presenters or performers. There is no it. Executive Presence comes down to specific, observable behaviors, each of which can be learned, practiced, and mastered.

Over the course of 18 new Microlearning lessons developed by Grovo producer Joe Stanton, Jenna goes through all those behaviors that contribute to Executive Presence, including:

  • Posture
  • Gestures
  • Movement
  • Language
  • Voice
  • Facial Expressions
  • Dress

Using scientific research, examples from history, and real-life exercises for support, she offers clear paths toward improvement in each area, so you and your team can learn how to come across as more confident, competent, connected, and warm.

For the first time, Lange International’s expertise is available in Grovo’s modern learning format, making it more accessible to anyone interested in boosting their communication skills. Get started on building your Executive Presence by taking one of our lessons, “The Observable Behaviors That Make Up Executive Presence.”