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Building Your Leadership Brand

Topic:
Building Your Leadership Brand
Date:
January 29, 2013 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Beth Armknecht Miller, CMC, Talent Management Advisor(Executive Velocity, Inc)
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Description
When one thinks of an executive to emulate, there are a select few consistently held up as “C-Suite Heroes”, such as Jack Welch or Meg Whitman. These individuals have a defined perception of being great leaders for specific reasons and have a well-defined “brand” by which they are widely known. It is a disservice for executives to compare themselves to these c-suite celebrities. Instead, talented business leaders should focus on blazing their own trail by understanding and defining their unique leadership brand by which they want to be known.

This session is led by experienced leadership advisor and speaker, Beth Miller, CEO of Executive Velocity. Ms. Miller puts her significant experience working with business leaders and emerging managers to work by not only helping attendees develop a plan of action to define their own brand, but provides real world examples to show concepts in action. She outlines the three key components of understanding your leadership brand and leads attendees to develop and answer questions that will help executives reflect on, and clarify, what they feel is important to defining that brand. Finally, Ms. Miller will help attendees begin to develop their personal plan to achieve their own leadership brand based on their goals and the definition they’ve developed.

What is the idea/takeway from this presentation?
• Evaluation of individual values, goals and drivers
• Definition of the key things the attendee wants to be known for or associated with
• First steps to develop a plan to build a unique leadership brand based on priorities, values and goals

Who Should Participate
Mid-senior level managers and business leaders
What You Will Learn
Please join us as you will learn the following:
  • Evaluation of individual values, goals and drivers
  • Definition of the key things the attendee wants to be known for or associated with
  • First steps to develop a plan to build a unique leadership brand based on priorities, values and goals
Recommended Resources
Executive Velocity blog, http://www.executive-velocity.com/blog/ Click here
Communities
Leadership
Leadership Philosophies
Career Management
Leadership Assessments
Vision, Values and Mission
Leading Self
Flexibility/Adaptability
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
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Beth Armknecht Miller, CMC
Executive Velocity, Inc

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Executive Velocity, Inc
Executive Velocity is a leadership development and talent management advisory firm committed to ensuring the success of top-level executives and business leaders.
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4 / 5
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Really good. 5 / 5
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some audio problems that were not present with prior speakers were distracting but content was still very good. 4 / 5
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Sorry I have an appointment or I would have stayed to the end I will catch the rest of the presentation in the archive webcasts...thanks 3 / 5
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sound was difficult at times - possibly too close to the microphone? Really liked the practical approach and resources - thanks 3 / 5
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Image of Judith W. Henry Judith W. Henry
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Speaker needs to check her sound system. Poor sound quality. Material was ok - would have preferred more in-depth discussion around the 'how' of some of the points she made. I.e. HOW do you define the gaps? HOW do you measure progress? Speaker presented WHAT you need to do to build a brand but no HOW suggestions. 3 / 5
Good Presentation
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U.S. Bancorp
Speaker was too close to her headset/headphone made it really difficult to listen. The information was very good 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Thank you 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
Image of Shawn Kennedy, SPHR Shawn Kennedy, SPHR
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This session was extremely helpful. Thanks! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Self Employed
This was great information - simple and easily followed thank you. 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Very good presentation and pace 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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