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[011] Secrets of Self-Promotion for Consultants and New Leaders

April 27, 2020 Kara Ronin Season 1 Episode 11
The Leadership Pod
[011] Secrets of Self-Promotion for Consultants and New Leaders
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The Leadership Pod
[011] Secrets of Self-Promotion for Consultants and New Leaders
Apr 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 11
Kara Ronin

How can you be self-promotional when you’re a consultant or a new leader? Self-promotion doesn’t come naturally to many people. You might feel like you’re boasting or showing off. This might prevent you from being self-promotional in the workplace and around your clients. There is an art to being self-promotional, and that’s what I share with you in this episode.

In Episode 11 of The Leadership Pod, you will learn:

  • How emerging leaders, women and people from technical backgrounds find it hard to be self-promotional.
  • What holds us back from being self-promotional.
  • Why you should be self-promotional.
  • How to introduce yourself using my simple structure at networking events.
  • How to talk about the value and results you generate.
  • How to position yourself as an industry expert on LinkedIn using video and voice messaging.

STRUCTURE FOR INTRODUCING YOURSELF AT NETWORKING EVENTS

I shared with you a structure to introduce yourself effectively at networking events. This structure is simple, but it will help you highlight the value and results you bring your clients or your team.

Here is the structure:

“I help....[who]...so they can...[value/result]...”

For example:

“I help people who are going through a divorce to come to an mutual agreement so they can part amicably and with less stress”.

“I help mid-size businesses increase their efficiency by incorporating technology into their work processes”.

Resources mentioned:

CONTINUE YOUR LEARNING WITH MY BESTSELLING VIDEO COURSE

In this episode, I talk about developing the know, like and trust factor with clients and colleagues. In this video course, “Business Etiquette 101: Social Skills for Success”, I delve much deeper into the know, like and trust factor, and many other areas of business etiquette: https://www.udemy.com/course/business-etiquette-101-social-skills-for-success/?referralCode=77FFA114311BAE37A80F

Love the show? Let me know!

Head over to Apple Podcasts and tell me how this podcast has helped you by leaving a review. And don’t forget to subscribe so you can be the first to know when I release a new episode.

What are you waiting for? Head over to Apple Podcasts, leave a review and subscribe! https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-leadership-pod/id1500219829

Join the Executive Impressions’ Community of Emerging Leaders!

Want even more tips and insights so you can advance into leadership? Join my monthly newsletter and I’ll give you access to the Leadership Evaluation Toolkit here: http://www.executive-impressions.com/your-gift

Thank you so much for listening to this episode of The Leadership Pod!

Show Notes

How can you be self-promotional when you’re a consultant or a new leader? Self-promotion doesn’t come naturally to many people. You might feel like you’re boasting or showing off. This might prevent you from being self-promotional in the workplace and around your clients. There is an art to being self-promotional, and that’s what I share with you in this episode.

In Episode 11 of The Leadership Pod, you will learn:

  • How emerging leaders, women and people from technical backgrounds find it hard to be self-promotional.
  • What holds us back from being self-promotional.
  • Why you should be self-promotional.
  • How to introduce yourself using my simple structure at networking events.
  • How to talk about the value and results you generate.
  • How to position yourself as an industry expert on LinkedIn using video and voice messaging.

STRUCTURE FOR INTRODUCING YOURSELF AT NETWORKING EVENTS

I shared with you a structure to introduce yourself effectively at networking events. This structure is simple, but it will help you highlight the value and results you bring your clients or your team.

Here is the structure:

“I help....[who]...so they can...[value/result]...”

For example:

“I help people who are going through a divorce to come to an mutual agreement so they can part amicably and with less stress”.

“I help mid-size businesses increase their efficiency by incorporating technology into their work processes”.

Resources mentioned:

CONTINUE YOUR LEARNING WITH MY BESTSELLING VIDEO COURSE

In this episode, I talk about developing the know, like and trust factor with clients and colleagues. In this video course, “Business Etiquette 101: Social Skills for Success”, I delve much deeper into the know, like and trust factor, and many other areas of business etiquette: https://www.udemy.com/course/business-etiquette-101-social-skills-for-success/?referralCode=77FFA114311BAE37A80F

Love the show? Let me know!

Head over to Apple Podcasts and tell me how this podcast has helped you by leaving a review. And don’t forget to subscribe so you can be the first to know when I release a new episode.

What are you waiting for? Head over to Apple Podcasts, leave a review and subscribe! https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-leadership-pod/id1500219829

Join the Executive Impressions’ Community of Emerging Leaders!

Want even more tips and insights so you can advance into leadership? Join my monthly newsletter and I’ll give you access to the Leadership Evaluation Toolkit here: http://www.executive-impressions.com/your-gift

Thank you so much for listening to this episode of The Leadership Pod!