Category: Communications Coach

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Communicating with Customers During Uncertainty

For most business owners, the COVID-19 pandemic has gone from potential threat to current nightmare. Yet many businesses are still not communicating effectively with their customers, clients, or patients. If you haven’t put together a cohesive crisis communications plan to protect your brand during this uncertain time, now is the time for action. I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how to put … Read More Communicating with Customers During Uncertainty

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Managing Your Personal Brand in Times of Uncertainty

It doesn’t matter if you are a public figure, executive, or a professional, your personal brand matters right now more than ever. I think we can all agree that the events of the past few weeks have put many of us on a roller coaster of emotions. We are all feeling the effects of COVID-19 and while much is still unknown about the virus, … Read More Managing Your Personal Brand in Times of Uncertainty

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Is Your Crisis Communications Response Ready for COVID-19?

An expert’s guide to planning for crisis communications once an event has occurred. Are you one of the many business owners who wasn’t worried about a crisis communications strategy until COVID-19 came knocking? If so, don’t worry, many business owners think they’re too small, specialized, or “unknown” to need a crisis communications strategy. Until they do… Like many business owners, I’ve been glued to … Read More Is Your Crisis Communications Response Ready for COVID-19?

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8 Steps You Can Take Today to Create a Meaningful Personal Brand

Creating a personal brand is not about creating a false image of perfection. Why? Because there is no such thing as perfection. Creating a personal brand is a journey of self-discovery. It is a process in which you reflect on who you are, what matters to you, and what you want to achieve in life.

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Hiring a Personal Brand Coach

Today’s post is a sneak peak into what it’s like to have me in your corner.

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