What is your brand? The way people perceive you. Here are some questions to help you define your personal and professional brand.
Are you contemplating a professional change, such as switching companies or roles, or rising to the next level within your organization, managing through a job loss or starting your own business, now what? Think through these questions to get clarity.
Here are some helpful recommendations about how to be successful using Partnerships with Technology Platforms to offer additional services from my comments at a Financial Innovation Summit. Keep these in mind as you look to leverage partnership agreements to accelerate your growth.
Here are some insight on hiring co-founders and building a team from a recent Founder's Leadership Roundtable led by Lenore at Galvanize around the challenges that startups regularly face.
A challenge that startups and high growth businesses face is finding the right talent – from identifying the right skill set to attracting and retaining the best people. Many get it wrong and struggle through this process, learning the hard way from experience about what works and what doesn’t. Here are some tips from my friend and fellow Brooklynite, David Osborne, who founded Team Theory to help startups build great teams.
Here are highlights from Lenore Kantor's recent interview for the CEO Talks Series on Create Your Life, Kevin Brown’s radio show and podcast, along with Eric Fondren, CEO and Founder of iTell.io.
What's the price you pay for where you work? Sure, you may get a paycheck if you're an employee or your clients pay you as an independent contractor, but does that cover how you feel at the end of the day?
So many business and product launches start with the best intentions and then they somehow get sidelined. There are multiple ways this can happen. This is the first in a series of articles about potential Launch Lapses and how to anticipate and fix them. What happens when you get no response to your launch?
While many companies and leaders think their business brand is the corporate name and logo, branding encompasses much more than that. Your brand is the impression that anyone who interacts with your company forms based on their experiences with your business. It is the sum total of all your customer touch-points and interactions. Are you fully aware of all the aspects of your brand that impact your sales and influence users so that you can have more leverage?
Can you easily describe what you do for clients in 1 sentence? Is the way you summarize your offering and what you do the same as your head of sales, COO and CFO? Does your company have a consistent story that explains your value proposition to your target clients? Companies that lack a clear message can hurt their impact. Learn how to quickly tell if your company has a messaging challenge