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Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room

It takes as little as a tenth of a second for someone to form an impression of you. What they’re sussing out is your personal brand – who you are and what you’re all about.

So it makes sense to start by working out exactly what your personal brand is – because if you don’t know the brand you’re selling, how’s anyone going to know the brand they’re buying?

Once that’s 100% clear, then it’s time to learn practical techniques to share your brand both online and in person, to raise your profile and have a positive personal impact.

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Develop your staff

Knowing your personal brand and being able to make the right impact is vital in business - from the CEO to the newest recruit. The more you get people buying into you, the easier your job is.

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Engage your audience

Everyone has a personal brand and needs to make the right impact, so it's relevant for every audience, including business leaders, emerging talent, salespeople, women's networks and graduates.

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Answer your questions

Personal branding isn't rocket science (we'll leave that to NASA). It's simply that mix of who you are, what you offer and the impact you make, wrapped up in a bow and shared with others.

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This book is for anyone who comes from a place where promoting yourself is frowned on. There’s no bragging "Look at me, I'm the best thing since sliced bread" going on here.