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 article, I share some observations and tips about the dangers of unchecked confusion and emotion online.
If you can answer those three questions, you will know what is and isn’t appropriate or effective in your communications on LinkedIn, and you will represent your personal brand with elegance and style.
This week I was putting together a visual flow chart of networking activities for a client in professional services, and it reminded me of one of my favourite questions: What are the main actions that move the needle?
This week I was working with one of my client’s marketing team to create their communications strategy for 2019. We discussed the importance of quality professional articles from members of staff, using LinkedIn as the primary platform. The question was posed, ‘What process can I use to help a busy director to create quality content for an article?’
Following are some of the key take-aways from my presentation for the Singapore Institute of Directors, which discussed Australian digital marketing trends and some LinkedIn statistics from around the world.
As part of the Western Australian Leaders series of events for Executive Members, today’s lunch provided an opportunity to network and to discuss a pertinent topic in business today – personal branding. Here are some of the key trends, questions and concerns coming out of this and similar discussions I’ve had.