How to Establish Yourself as a CEO Thought Leader in Your Industry – Webinar On Demand
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In How to Establish Yourself as a CEO Thought Leader in Your Industry, you will learn specific ways to establish yourself through speaking engagements, published articles, press releases, marketing and advertising campaigns, trade shows and social networking web sites. Take the 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPod or printed out) to understand the best ways to establish yourself as a thought leader and how to use this as a way to get better exposure and accolades for yourself and your company, as well as use your “thought leader reputation” as a way to grow your business.
The webinar is led by an expert at helping CEOs establish themselves as a thought leader, Merydith Willoughby, and focuses on:
- Everything you need to know in 60 minutes about how to establish yourself as a thought leader in your industry as a CEO
- Sure-fire and easy-to-implement tips and tricks for establishing yourself as a thought leader through speaking engagements, published articles, press releases, marketing and advertising campaigns, trade shows and social networking web sites
- Answers to the ten questions most asked by CEOs with respect to how to establish themselves as a thought leader and how such a reputation and media exposure can also help fuel the growth and success of their company
- Case studies of other CEOs that have had success establishing themselves as a thought leader, the positive impact it had on behalf of their company, and valuable lessons learned
About the Speaker
President, IB Coaching
Merydith Willoughby is an award winning international organization development consultant and author with over two decades in the industry. She is a prolific writer, published globally and regular commentator in the media. Merydith’s excellence has been acknowledged in many ways, most recently Marion Citizen of the Year nominee – Marion Australia Day Awards and Australian of the Year nominee. She is listed in Who’s Who SA, was awarded a Corporate Business Champion Award by Drug Arm and was on the Inner Southern Business Enterprise Center as a board member when they were voted best enterprise center in Australia. While project director at the SA Business Vision 2010 Think Tank she helped get her state on the map at the prestigious annual national Australian Chamber and Commerce awards for the second time in the awards’ 10 year history.
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