Andrew Palmer, Founder and Director of leading communications consultancy The Gravitas Matrix, joins me on my Idea Time podcast to discuss how he left a senior corporate role to tap into his entrepreneurial ideas and start his own successful business.
Self-confidence to build your authentic personal brand
Andrew helps business leaders and entrepreneurs to stand out in a crowded and competitive market, leading to significant performance improvements by increasing confidence, impact and authority.
On this podcast we have a great conversation about how to build your self-confidence and skills in networking, video and on-stage presentation to promote your personal brand and increase visibility, enabling you to maintain your competitive edge through a compelling narrative.
Trust and authenticity
We discuss the key ingredients of trust in business relationships: credibility, reliability, openness, and a genuine desire for a win-win solution, and the important role of authentic personal branding when it comes to trust.
Keeping up with change and development
Andrew works with his clients to help them keep up with changes and developments in social media – including video – and shares his top tips for video success. These tips include being really clear about what you want to say and why; making audio and good lighting (natural daylight is fine) a priority; the importance of practising.
Idea Time – Andrew’s Big, Hairy, Audacious Goal
Andrew is a member of my Idea Time Academy. One of his big, hairy, audacious goals (BHAGs) was to successfully transition from a corporate senior leadership role to founder and director of his own thriving business.
He explains how the Idea Time programme helped him to make the leap by truly seeing the potential and possibilities.
If you have any questions and want to get in touch with Andrew, you can email him at Andrew.email@example.com.
Andrew tells us lots more in the podcast. Have a listen for yourself and let me know what you think.
What a great podcast – thanks Andrew!
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