One of the greatest favors you can do for yourself on your journey to the boardroom is becoming an expert on personal branding. Learning how to effectively network and put yourself out there can be an incredible benefit when pushing to get your foot in the door of the boardroom. It can be a difficult skill to learn, but made easier with a great teacher like Alyssa Gelbard.
Alyssa is founder and CEO of Point Road Group, a global personal branding firm that helps companies make better brand impressions through their people. She helps to strengthen the virtual presence of employees so they’re more effective in their jobs.
In today’s episode, we hear from Alyssa about the lessons she’s learned about personal branding and even some stories from her time helping up and coming executives with personal branding for a board search. You won’t want to miss this episode of Boardroom Bound!
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