We live in a world where your presence on the internet is your single greatest asset — and the way we define this asset is by calling it a “personal brand.”
The better your perception, the more likely it is that someone will take you seriously. Those who understand this asset climb the ladder of their industry extraordinarily fast.
This week’s episode is all about getting heard in a noisy world and standing out. We discussed extensively how newcomers, immigrants, and international students can reach for bigger opportunities, be seen as more credible and build an audience.
Danica S. Nelson is an award-winning Senior Marketing Communications Manager at TELUS, where she’s worked for over 12 years in various roles. She specializes in creating integrated Marketing Communications strategies to drive customer engagement and conversion. She’s passionate about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the workplace with an emphasis on Intersectionality.
Danica is also a Public Speaker that specializes in talks on Personal Branding & Self Advocacy for BIPOC, and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in Tech.
I invited Danica here to discuss practical tips that immigrants, newcomers, and international students can use to build personal brand. This is one episode you should not miss and share with everyone you love.
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