Are you struggling to stand out in a cluttered world?
Are you overwhelmed with creating and managing your online presence?
Do your younger employees no longer automatically respect you as a leader?
In the past, your leadership was defined by your role, title, and job description. That gave you authority, and your employees followed you because of that authority. Now, it’s no longer enough to just have authority; people expect you to be an authority as well. This is your personal brand, and it’s the crucial element that sets the best leaders apart.
That’s why I’ve created this workshop, Step Up, so you can create a personal brand that boosts your credibility and builds your authority – all in a way that’s efficient and sustainable.
What’s Your Personal Brand?
You have always been expected to keep current and build your expertise. But that’s not enough to create a personal brand. To do that – and to become an authority, not just an expert – you must also share that expertise:
Like it or not, you already have a personal brand (It’s the way other people perceive you). But if you haven’t invested time in actively building it, it will be shallow and bland.
The best people aren’t afraid to stand for something that matters to them. Discover the five ingredients to build a powerful personal brand, so you become known for what you know.
Why Work With Me?
I’m a business futurist, author and workshop presenter who helps you become fit for the future.
As somebody with more than 25 years experience running my own business, I know the vital importance of a personal brand. I’ve also coached thought leaders, business leaders, and entrepreneurs on how to build their own personal brand – through social media, writing, blogging, and presentation skills.
I’m the author of “The Future of Leadership”, “Disruption By Design”, and 10 other books. Forbes magazine rated me the #5 social media inﬂuencer in the world (and #1 in Australia) in my area of expertise.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please get in touch by phone or e-mail and I would be happy to discuss how best we can work together.