In working with hundreds of professionals at every career level in a range of industries, I’ve had the privilege of witnessing people’s professional confidence – as individuals and as teams – come to life.
Here’s what happens when you work on your team’s personal brands.
In my work with boards and leadership teams, I see leaders grappling with the challenge of competing priorities on a weekly basis.
Here are some examples of important things in business that don’t seem urgent… until they do…
In Part 1 of this series, I shared the questions my banking and finance leadership audience had during a recent webinar for FINSIA on Developing your Finance Leadership Brand.
In this follow-up post, I share the Leadership Brand Strategy Framework I offered these Finance and Banking Leaders during the session.
In my August webinar for FINSIA on Developing your Leadership Brand in Banking and Finance, we discussed the questions: What’s important to you in your Leadership Brand? What are challenges for you, or challenges you’ve observed in others? Here are the specific examples the audience came up with, and our discussion of these.
This week I had several conversations that had me reflecting on ways that organisations can meaningfully recognise and reward their young professional talent – which comes down to knowing what they’re reaching for and helping them get there.
In my work, I hear senior professionals talk about developing a targeted leadership brand that overcomes common brand challenges for legal counsel and other specialist advisors within organisations. Here’s what they say.
To build a strong Brand-Culture Connection Strategy at your organisation, engage your people to uncover the gems, lead clear messaging from the top, bring your people along for the journey, and connect everything and everyone.
Now that you understand the importance of a strong brand-culture connection as the foundation for your organisational strategy, business plans and people growth, how do you know if you have a strong brand-culture connection? Here’s how to assess your strengths and gaps.
Why does an aligned Brand and Culture matter for your organisation? No matter what the business or the challenge… success hinges on building TRUST – internally and externally. Strong Brand-Culture alignment is crucial for building organisational trust and business growth.