How to Build and Manage Your Personal Brand

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In this episode communication professionals we discuss what the term ‘personal branding’ means and why it’s important for people to pay attention.

We share stories about how we built our personal brands, why the name we chose mattered and the challenges we faced along the way, including an awkward interaction with a CEO. Throughout the episode we share top tips on how you can build your own brand and what pitfalls to avoid.

Further reading that you might be interested in:
https://magmaeffect.com/exploring-values/
https://www.commsrebel.com/personal-brand

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