What Audiences Want from Their Speakers: Personas, Part 2

In my last post, I talked about the importance of determining what kind of persona you wished to put forward as a speaker (or indeed as an executive, or consultant, or employee — doesn’t everyone need a personal brand?). If you don’t take proactive steps to create an interesting persona for your thought leadership, the default one that develops around you may or may not be optimal.

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative

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