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Is Your Appearance Damaging Your Personal Brand?

It’s a contentious subject because many people think that what you wear shouldn’t matter – it’s your thoughts and work that are important isn’t it? The answer is yes they are, but… Are you subconsciously distracting your audience? If you have to ask whether your suit is too tight or your skirt is too short Read More

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The power of vision for creating a strong personal brand

Have you decided that you want to improve or work on your personal brand? Maybe you have been inspired by someone you respect and want to emulate the positive feedback that you see them receiving and be in their job next year. But how do you get to that point? It may seem like a Read More

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Spreading Your Global Message

When you believe in a message, you want to share it with the world. Since I started Walking TALL International back in 2004, I’ve always had a dream of taking the personal branding methodology around the globe with a team of high quality trainers and business partners. I’m pleased to say that this is now Read More

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Developing Future Talent – Personal Branding for Apprentices

Apprenticeships have been in the news recently, with some areas like Staffordshire seeing an increase in their take-up and others like Cumbria where places are going unfilled. Many companies are investing in their future by developing young people. Aston Martin, for example, currently has 40 on its scheme. CEO Dr Andy Palmer is a strong Read More

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10 Tips for Navigating Work Related Christmas Events Without Damaging your Personal Brand

If you are going to be a host or guest for a work related Christmas event remember that business etiquette prevails. The people attending aren’t your personal friends they are still work colleagues, customers and business contacts. So even if the event is outside the office you need to stay in professional mode. These people Read More

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Protecting your Visible Personal Brand On and Offline

With the help of Google, LinkedIn and social networking sites, you can discover all sorts of information about people, in fact most of us will Google or check Linkedin when we are due to meet someone. Our natural curiosity means we want to see what they look like, but it could also be damaging if we Read More

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Exciting Expansion News!

We are thrilled to announce that this past month we have celebrated the launch of our Australian office, with our Accredited Business Partner Dr Jess Murphy. Jess will be delivering Walking TALL programmes across Australia and New Zealand and is based in Melbourne, Victoria. Find out more about Jess on our team page. Lesley will be Read More

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Personal Branding and Employee Engagement go Hand in Hand

When organisations spend significant time and resources on branding and re-branding today, the people element of that brand is often not focused on to the level it deserves. Today the corporate brand is mostly down to the experience your customers and stakeholders have with your brand, and this will pretty much always be via a Read More

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Why Lawyers Need to Consciously Develop their Personal Brand

As a lawyer your reputation is of prime importance. Your personal brand is equally so – and like your reputation should be consciously developed. It must be authentic and consistent so that you are always giving out the same message to ensure your reputation has the right packaging and positioning that you want to convey. Read More

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The End of the Sheep Dip Approach…

The days where companies could afford the time to send a whole team out for a week’s training off site no longer exist. Add to that the recognition that we all learn differently and the increase in online learning, and it makes sense to provide training in a variety of formats rather than a one Read More