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A Marketing Professor and a Matchmaker Talk Personal Branding

A Marketing Professor and a Matchmaker Talk Personal Branding

Update: 2023-05-099
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Unless you're famous - or want to be - you might not think of yourself as a brand. But whether you're in a meeting or on social media, interviewing for a job or asking for a promotion, the way you carry yourself conveys a certain image to the people around you. Jill Avery studies marketing and is a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, and Rachel Greenwald is a professional matchmaker and dating coach. Together, they explain why a strong personal brand is important for professional success. They walk us through how to think about reputation, identify core values, and project our authentic selves. Avery and Greenwald wrote the HBR article “A New Approach to Building Your Personal Brand.”
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A Marketing Professor and a Matchmaker Talk Personal Branding

A Marketing Professor and a Matchmaker Talk Personal Branding