What's all the personal brand fuss about?
Do you want to make an impact in your career? Maybe you want to get ahead and you're chasing a promotion. Perhaps you're an entrepreneur or business owner and you want to make great connections to build your business brand. Possibly you're just starting out in your career and you want to make an impact from the get-go. Whatever type of career you have now, or want to achieve, if you want to make an impact there is one vital ingredient - your personal brand.
Often our coaching clients ask us how to go about starting to build a personal brand at work. The chances are you've already started to create your brand because as soon as you interact with anyone in a work capacity, they have an idea of who you are and what your brand is. Even if the only contact you've had with someone is at an interview, a brief meeting at a networking event or as a connection on social media, whether you're aware of it or not, they will be exposed to your personal brand.
Right now, you have a personal brand, even if you're just starting out in your career. Knowing that, our advice is to build the brand you want others to see. You have a brand anyway, so you may as well make it the personal brand you want to be known for, and a brand that helps you to reap rewards in your career.
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Sign up for this course to learn the eight critical steps to creating a successful and unique personal brand. In truth, most people in a work context would benefit from actively building their own brand rather than letting it create itself without any thought. If you want to stay ahead of your competition, join us to learn how to create the right brand for you in order to create the impact you want to see.
Gemma Roberts is a chartered psychologist, specialising in coaching psychology, personal development, career development and building resilience. Gemma is the Managing Director of Kona Coaching, and she has spent over 10 years working with organisations such as Nestle, BP, HSBC, National Australia Bank, Qantas to name a few. Gemma has worked across sectors and industries, always with a focus on people development, leadership and coaching.