Are you risking your reputation?
- Do you leave your reputation to chance – or do you actively plan how to build and improve it?
- How well protected is your reputation? Do you know how to take steps to secure it?
- What are you doing to promote your reputation? How do people find out how good you are?
Don’t leave of it to chance – take active steps to plan, protect and promote your reputation.
Take control of your message, be proactive, generate positive ‘gossip’ and get more business.
Good reputations don’t happen by accident. It takes effort and time to establish the reputation that puts your business in the spotlight and brings the people to your door, who want to work with you.
Find out how to take control.
When you’re running a business you need to get your message out there so that people know about you .
There are plenty of ways to do this – but is it making a difference?
Check out the possibilities
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The face behind the expertise
Meet Lesley Morrissey, author, coach, trainer, consultant – and the leader of the Inside News team.
Passionate about communication generally and written communication in particular, Lesley has worked for corporate organisations, small businesses, as a business owner herself and as a volunteer for a charity, so has a rounded view of the issues surrounding reputation at most levels.
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