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Making a Pandemic Pivot: Simon Quick Women's Network Event Recap

The Simon Quick Women's Network discusses personal branding and how to make a pandemic pivot with JeanAnn Morgan, Principal and Chief Creative Officer of JAM Creative Communications and Founder of Women Kick Glass. Learn more about the Women's Network on our website!

Key areas addressed include:

  • Understanding leadership presence and the power of personal brand image
  • Importance of taking a mindful, strategic approach to personal branding while assessing and taking control of one's personal brand for impact and effectiveness
  • Examining how we communicate our personal brand verbally and non-verbally
  • Discussion of the branding matrix and how it applies to personal branding
  • Defining and executing on the promise of one's own personal brand


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