Your Personal and Professional Brand
60 - 90 minute inspirational presentation on shaping your personal and professional brand
What separates products like Coca Cola and Starbucks from their competition? The common denominator is they have a strong and consistent brand. These companies reflect on and determine what it takes to cross regions and locations. These organizations conduct surveys and internal audits to figure out how to advertise and tweak their brand to appeal in different markets. A one size fits all mentality is not considered and, instead, awareness of the brand and the locale combine to create success.
What do people think of when they think of you? Whatever it is, it is your personal "brand", and is a critical component of your potential success. Your brand needs to be recognized positively with every person you interact with and in every situation you face.
Yet the importance of brand goes beyond the individual. What is your "professional" brand as it relates to the way you want and need to represent your organization? Your brand must fit and create the desired perceptions necessary to the role you play in an organization in order to contribute to your organization's overall success.
Each of us can learn to be more aware, open and willing to figure out what we need to do to create, tweak or maintain our brand to appeal more effectively to and support the environments in which we find ourselves. To do this we must first ask ourselves, "What is our current brand recognition?" "How might people perceive us?" This keynote will address the considerations and skills necessary to create and sustain an effective personal and professional brand.
- How do you want to be perceived?
- What differentiates your organization?
- Research on how perceptions are formed
- The body language and vocal skills necessary to communicate your Brand
- Three interactions that introduce you and your "Brand" to everyone you meet
- Maintaining your brand even in hostile interactions or environments
Ann Block, Vice President, Client Relations
Tero International, Inc.
Phone: 515-221-2318 (ext. 204)
Email: [email protected]