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I find this allows me to ferret out stories in advance and enables me to lead a quick moving interactive panel with meaty content. Our panel has some hot topics in store: – Personal Branding – Gender issues, female empowerment, women in the workplace – Startups, entrepreneurial branding – Why you should write a book – The benefits of being a contributing author to a high profile blog such as Huffington Post or Forbes – Transitioning your personal brand as interests and circumstances change – Why you should be building social media networks in your name – The benefits of private networks such as Lean In and YPO – The power of mastering a foreign language – Rebranding a company – Controversy, including: Should a company have experts and strong personalities as social media spokespeople for the company. Two of our panelists say no and their reasons are worth listening to. #DHFall is the hashtag that we got with the speaker package and also in use. Because this private network is private, there is little that we can see except for their public Facebook Page.
Silvia shares my appreciation for the power of mastering foreign languages and spending time overseas.
At BMI, Silvia’s leadership facilitated the launch of a new corporate positioning brand campaign that positions BMI as the industry’s premier global music rights organization.
@Saundra WCG Saundra Linked In Author of: Saddle Up Your Own White Horse Columnist on Huffington Post Thinking about doing a website for your personal brand? Saundra clearly communicates there the three important elements of her personal brand: Dynamic Leader; Passionate Activist; Respected Author.
Distilling down everything you want to say about yourself to three elements is not easy.
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Linda Sherman has been featured and quoted in Forbes, The New York Times, Christian Monitor and other leading publications.
She devised and implemented an innovative guerrilla-marketing plan for ZIMA in Japan that produced a lasting, profitable success.
Debra is taking her career and personal brand from marketing executive with Disney, VC, CEO of start-ups, with particular expertise in children’s media and toys, marketing advisor and speaker to recent CEO of a non-profit called Project Access, mentoring girls with disorders, book author and her own Fine Line Foundation for inspiring communities to solve issues leading to violence.
She is also pursuing a personal passion for music, and has been invited to participate in The Voice in October 2014.
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