Whether they are business owners, CEOs, board members, consultants or executives, the clients with whom I’m working on personal brand positioning and communication right now are doing things differently.
In this series on ‘Online Personal Brand Tips for Crisis Mode’, I share some observations and the lessons we can take from them, when it comes to your personal brand (what you are presenting about yourself) online.
In this first article of the series, I’m sharing some observations and tips about the dangers of unchecked confusion and emotion online.
I am impressed with so many businesses in their response to COVID-19 to keep things moving and to support clients and customers in their health. From major training and membership organisations rolling out in-depth health and safety programs and online alternatives, to small businesses being creative, flexible… and spreading hope.
Building or re-building policy, culture and brands that are trustworthy has become as important to business survival as innovation and the adoption of technology in this new age. But when it comes to trust, does it have to be so complicated?
From Brendon Burchard to Vishen Lakhiani, I love hearing highly successful business speakers talk about what motivates them to achieve more than the average person. As far as I know, there aren’t too many exceptions to the rule ‘Get clear on what you want to achieve, and work out a plan to get there.’