In my April webinar for FINSIA on ‘Network-building plans for finance professionals in the new normal’, I outlined the key problems I see professional advisors stumble on when it comes to their business and relationship development. Here’s the number 1 thing (and how to overcome it).
For some business owners and senior executives, talking about themselves is difficult – they are used to talking about their business or their team. However, there are circumstances where you need to be able to talk about what you bring, and what defines you as a leader… and a useful first step can be to think about introducing yourself in terms of your passions.
Many business owners and professionals understand the importance of developing authentic, regular content on LinkedIn to build a personal brand and be seen as a leading authority or thinker in their field. But most people struggle with developing engaging, valuable content quickly and easily.
Ever wondered what’s involved in working with an advisor to build your personal brand? Here, I outline the 4 stages of personal brand building that I have developed over many years working with clients in business and professional spaces. Essentially – it’s a quest for CLARITY… because this leads to communicating with confidence and impact.
It’s not enough to do a day on ‘Purpose & Values’. While expertly facilitated discussions can move staff in the moment, typically the intangible outcomes get shelved after the retreat, where they start to gather dust. Understand the 3 components that actually create change.