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Don't Steal the Cheesecake
Is Your Digital Footprint Costing You Business Opportunities and Meetings?
In today's "everything is online" world, people pass judgement and form opinions about you before ever even meeting. What you post online, text, leave as a voicemail, say or do in front of a public camera, and even email is not limited to private networks. Rather, there's a good chance that what you do in a digital format is public, searchable, and archived, FOREVER! Meaning everything you do online impacts your personal brand, and even your company brand. In "Don't Steal the Cheesecake" you will discover...
The difference between your character, reputation, personal brand, and company brand, how they are all intertwined, and how they impact your career, relationships, and your company.
The dangers of sharing too much information, what can happen if you're not careful, and how to respond in a digital format when you're angry, so you don't become a negative "Viral Sensation."
The "Five Laws of Digital Reputation Management" along with simple, common sense ideas that will align your character and reputation, ensuring consistency across your personal brand.
Inside secrets on how to manage your digital presence (for non-technical people) so when others search for information on you, there is some control on what they find.
This thought provoking, super entertaining, and somewhat scary program features actual attendees as examples (in positive ways) and will provide you with very practical and easy-to-implement strategies that will help you avoid personal and company embarrassment, manage your reputation, and enhance your personal brand.
You'll Be Blown Away At The Impact It Makes!
Executives | Business Owners | Human Resource Professionals | Employees | Sales and Marketing Leaders | Youth
Appropriate for any age and technical ability. Program can included examples of actual attendees (nothing embarrassing is shared)
Recommended Time Frame
- 45 to 120 minutes for a keynote or workshop
- Hosted program video
- Reputation PDF eBook and/or printed Guide
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