Special Edition Wild Wednesday Webinar
April 29, 2020
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
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“COVID-19 Where Do We Go From Here?”
Presented by Ben Baker, YOURBRAND marketing
The world has changed. . . again. With every change comes opportunity and challenges and it is up to each of us to understand the talents we possess and the new reality in front of us and how we can support our clients to help them achieve their goals. This talk will be about creativity, conversation and connection. My goal is to spend as much time answering your questions as anything else, I want this to be engaging and leave people with ideas of how to move forward successfully.
Attendees will learn:
- How to move from being a commodity to a conversation enabler
- How to build trust
- How to help your clients succeed
- How to communicate effectively during this crisis for long term benefit
1 CAS Credit when you submit your PPAI Pin Number with your survey.
About Ben: I am an international speaker and an author, contributing both to magazines and other people’s books over the last number of years. My book “Powerful Personal Brands: a hands-on guide to understanding yours” was released August 1, 2018. You can download a free chapter at www.PowerfulPersonalBrands.com. I believe in giving back to my community and with that, I volunteer. Whether it is for my congregation, festivals in the area I live, or through mentoring youth at the University level, I believe that I may not be able to change the world, but I can influence my corner of it. In short. . . I help brands tell engaging stories that compel their customers to take action. STOP being a commodity! INSTEAD, be a brand worth loving!
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