Molly McGowan

You are probably closer to understanding personal branding than you realize. A lot closer. In fact, chances are that with the right strategies and shortcuts, you could enjoy positioning yourself as the go-to-expert overnight.

However, before you can enjoy those benefits, you are going to have to do a little work. It should take you less than 4 hours. That’s approximately how long it will take you to uncover the key secrets to augmenting your personal strengths and appearance to benefit your professional positioning.

 

 

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About Molly

A good work history or impressive resume is required but not sufficient today. Employers are looking for people with both outstanding technical skills and soft skills.

Today’s employees are looking for a “best places to work” culture which fosters career growth, encourages collaboration and rewards high performance.

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When is the Last Time You Looked at Your Employees?

Do you ever look at them through the eyes of your clients, or competitors, or just as if you’re seeing them for the first time? Because people don’t just work for a company. They represent that company to everyone they come in contact with.

To many of those people, they ARE the company.

Whether they’re on the outside….making sales calls, meeting with clients, working with them on projects…..or on the inside….answering phones, working in an office or cubicle or at the front desk.

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