Ryan Estis — October 28, 2019 Follow @RyanEstis “It seems like there are opportunities you might be missing. Why don’t we schedule some time in the office? We can think that through and arrive a go-forward plan together.” I was enjoying happy hour on a recent holiday with two good friends, having a casual conversation … Continue reading Why You Need Your Own Personal Board of Directors
Greetje den Holder — October 23, 2019 Follow @GdenHolder I have fallen in the trap of thinking I need to spend time on personal branding too. In fact, I have written a blog post listing tips and a blog post about the reasons why. Most of the blog posts you see written about personal branding … Continue reading No Personal Branding Needed – The Entrepreneur Can Win Another Way
Consumers age 18 to 34 are the most open to data sharing. Greg Sterling on October 23, 2019 Two recent surveys sponsored by BritePool show a high level of consumer concern about privacy and, if given the option, that a majority would decline to allow online publishers to sell or transfer their personal information. CCPA, … Continue reading Nearly 90% of consumers would choose ‘do not sell’ personal data under CCPA, study finds
Arik Hanson — October 5, 2019 Employee social advocacy programs are having a moment. Come to think of it, they’ve been having a moment for a while now. Fact is, more companies are globbing on to this trend–and, for good reason. According to the Edelman Trust Barometer, the most trusted relationship people have right now … Continue reading Are Employee Social Advocacy Programs at Direct Odds With Your Personal Brand?
Cath Andrews — September 4, 2019 — September 4, 2019 Admit it. You’ve fantasized about firing your boss and gaining the personal freedom to do what you want. You may have a great boss. Constructive. Encouraging. He may even pay you well. He’s still your boss though. You’re working for him, on his terms and … Continue reading Personal Freedom: Get Ready to Fire Your Boss!
Dave Brock — August 26, 2019 Follow @davidabrock — August 26, 2019 There’s a lot of discussion about how important it is for sales people to “build their personal brands.” I’ve written about this topic several times before, even using the same title before. But it’s a topic, as much as I wish would go … Continue reading Building Your Personal Brand — Again
New Factual survey shows the complex state of consumer attitudes toward personal and location data privacy. Greg Sterling on August 21, 2019 There are an increasing number of surveys about data privacy — now coming almost weekly. These studies help gauge consumer sentiment but are typically fairly abstract. By contrast, privacy and data sharing are … Continue reading Consumers believe brands benefit more from personal data sharing than they do
Rachel Sword — August 14, 2019 — August 14, 2019 markusspiske / Pixabay With more people than ever before turning to the Internet as a way to connect with others, blogs are becoming more popular. Many blog authors write as a way to educate other professionals in their field and meet like-minded thought leaders. Other … Continue reading How to Reap Professional Benefits from a Personal Blog
Darleen DeRosa — May 22, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — May 22, 2019 Nobody is perfect. Sooner or later, even the best leaders experience a setback. Whether they made a mistake or proved unable to handle an unexpected challenge, all leaders must learn to develop personal resilience to overcome disappointments and failures. More importantly, they must … Continue reading Why Personal Resilience Can Make You a Better Leader
Arik Hanson — April 28, 2019 — April 28, 2019 Over the last week, I’ve spoke to two college classes about one hot topic: Personal branding. More specifically, how college seniors about to enter the workforce can build, nurture and sustain an effective personal brand online (photo credit below: Mark Jenson, professor, Hubbard School of … Continue reading Social Media Personal Branding Advice for the Class of 2019