Raising your visibility (part 2)

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Julie Smith, executive coach

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In Part 1 we covered - How to Identify your Personal Brand. That’s a great first step but your personal brand is no use if only you know about it! You need to take proactive steps to raise your visibility. This 30 minute seminar will provide tried and tested tips on how to do this. I’m not about to suggest you all start speaking at international conferences if that’s not your thing. There are introverted and extraverted ways to do this. Yes, stretch outside your comfort zone but I’m not asking you to terrify yourself. It’s about finding natural ways to share with people: •what you do, •what they can expect from you, •how they will benefit from having a working relationship with you, •your interests and where you want to go in the future.

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