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Why CEOs and ambitious executives need a personal brand and why it matters

December 5, 2020
Borderless Leadership

Last week’s Borderless Executive Live focused on building a personal brand strategy for CEOs and ambitious executives and attracted a large audience eager to learn more about the importance of personal branding and storytelling from Els De Cremer and Renu Hanegreefs-Snehi of Borderless in conversation with Anthony Harling of Not Actively Looking.

Els and Renu make a powerful case for building a personal brand strategy, from very early on in your career, to put you in control of your destiny, your story. Whether growing your career internally or positioning for the next leadership role outside, Els and Renu’s present a compelling story for every executive.

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