Date(s) - 03/21/2017
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
PROGRAM: Personal Relationship and Personal Branding: Let’s get personal
SPEAKER: Colby B. Jubenville, PhD
TITLE: Writer for the Washington Times, author, speaker, professor, business advisor, entrepreneur and inventor
COST: Members & Students $15 | Non-Members $25
ABOUT PROGRAM: In business, it’s not just about relationships, it’s about personal relationships. But, the question remains, how do you build relationships that are, in fact, personal? It starts with being intentional about your approach, understanding key concepts that help build that approach and building a personal brand that others recognize. This session will start with the 10 most important concepts to understand when building personal relationships. Then it’s on to not just branding, but personal branding. If a brand is a promise wrapped in an experience, a personal brand is your promise wrapped in how you develop and deliver your meaning, make up and message. The bottom line is if you want a better outcome, you must have a better conversation with yourself (mindset), your team (strategy) and the marketplace (execution). Get ready to cover all three!
ABOUT SPEAKER: Colby B. Jubenville, PhD is an accomplished author, speaker, professor, business advisor, entrepreneur and inventor. He holds an academic appointment at Middle Tennessee State University as Special Assistant to the Dean for Student Success and Strategic Partnerships in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences and is Principal of Red Herring Innovation and Design, an agency specializing in helping people and organizations become better known, better understood, and better understand the unique value they deliver.
In 2015 Jubenville accepted an invitation from the Washington Times to write about self-reliance, developing an entrepreneurial mindset and teaching people how to “go their own way.” In that same year he received the Nashville Emerging Leaders Impact Award presented by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville. The award honors one of Nashville’s top leaders who has made a significant impact on Nashville’s YP demographic.