They also help each of us personally. We each have a personal brand, whether we know it or not, and that brand affects our own business pursuits and personal lives.
Are you wondering what your personal brand is, what it is saying about you and how it affects your life?
Then you will want to attend a two-hour workshop on Thursday, Aug. 16, describing how to create and employ a powerful personal brand to accelerate your business and personal growth.
The free workshop, presented by Bob Graham, CEO of Bigger Pie Strategies, is ideal for all sorts of business owners, from those operating startups and newer companies to industry veterans, as well as people who work for themselves and those who work within companies.
A stronger personal brand can help solidify relationships with clients and prospects, enable you to get that next job and create the life you want.
The workshop, scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 16, will be held at the Smartly Spaced offices at 1302 Concourse Drive, Linthicum Heights, Maryland 21090. View directions.
Among the highlights Graham will discuss are:
How to inventory and define your existing personal brand?
What strategies to use to develop a better personal brand to meet your objectives, both personal and business?
How your existing personal brand might be holding you back?
How we communicate a personal brand through hundreds of decisions we make each day?
How to identify other people's personal brands and how that can give you an edge?
There is no registration, but if you know you will be attending, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't miss this unique and free opportunity to give yourself a real edge.
Bigger Pie Strategies helps small businesses and organizations identify and reach their ideal clients, who are those people who want and need their products and services. Bob Graham founded this company in 2010 after working as a marketing expert, public relations specialist, writer/editor, and college and high school English and journalism instructor. Learn more about Bigger Pie Strategies at http://biggerpiestrategies.com.