3 Strategies For Leaders To Expand A Personal Brand
Brands never stop growing - they continually expand and evolve into newer versions of themselves. Building a strong foundation and developing thoughtful strategy are the basis for beginning to expand your brand. Here are three ways your brand can continue to grow.
How Taco Bell Grows Their Communuity Online and Offline
Taco Bell has been around since 1962, and they’re still going strong. They have thousands of restaurants around the globe, and serve more than 2 billion customers a year. One of the main reasons why the company is so successful is down to their sophisticated marketing strategies.
Science television at the time was dominated by male figures, and this was an attempt to improve science education programming for girls and minority students in particular. What can we learn about personal branding from this popular TV series?
Building a personal brand can seem like a daunting task for anyone - especially for introverted leaders out there. The side of branding we are familiar with involves public facing social media content and talking up your unique qualities.
How Serena Williams Built A Grand Slam Personal Brand
Serena Williams has easily become one of the most recognized names in modern-day sports history. As a former number one ranked American tennis player, she managed to turn that entire identity into an incredibly successful personal brand.
“Introvert” and “extrovert” have become very popular terms that people use to categorize personality types. Typically, introverts tend to be directed inward and find their energy within, whereas, extroverts tend to direct their energy outward and thrive in social settings.
How Female Leaders Change Paths To Lead Towards The Future
Are you looking for some leadership inspiration? There are endless styles of leadership, and countless more ways to resolve specific issues in the workplace. Here, we take a look at what top level leaders have done to lift their companies up.
How A Strong Personal Brand Benefits Minority Leaders During Turbulent Times
With personal branding coming front and center for many corporations, it is a no brainer that minority leaders need to take branding seriously. Personal brands reflect our values, and more customers are researching the face behind the company, searching for values that align with their own.
How a Marketing Calendar Keeps Your Brand On Track
When working on any brand big or small, there are often many different marketing initiatives and projects in place or ones you hope to use at some point. Developing a marketing calendar can help you make the most out of your content, allowing you to think big and plan for the future.
Why Asking Questions Is Good For Your Brand And Your Career
Does your brand ask questions? As curious children, we were once insistent inquisitors of the world around us. It helped us learn and understand our reality. As we grew up, however, we became conditioned to ask less questions and give more answers.