Is your personal brand helping you progress?

Fri 17th May 2019 - 12:00pm

Chancery Lane

You probably know that 60% of the global economy will be digital by 2022 (WEF) and that the UK is amongst the digitally most advanced nations on earth.  Increasingly a digital leadership profile is now mission critical for senior executives to progress their impact.

At this accelerator workshop you will learn:

  • The true value of your personal brand and why you cannot afford to ignore it as a leader of the future
  • How your personal brand can generate business opportunities for you as an individual and the organisation
  • How you can build a personal brand in easy steps

In an ever-evolving digital world now more than ever senior executives need to establish their personal brand. Personal Branding will help position you as a thought leader in your industry. By creating a strong followship and content that appeals to your network you will optimise your value to:

  • Generate business
  • Attract talent
  • Create opportunities

In today’s increasingly competitive world your digital footprint has never been more important. Find out what you need to do improve your personal brand by attending accelerator workshop. Download our personal branding and employee advocacy briefing paper here.

If you would like to arrange a personal briefing on this topic please click here 

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