Reputation Management

89 CULTURE | How to inspire lifetime loyalty from your employees. w/Lee Caraher.

89 CULTURE | How to inspire lifetime loyalty from your employees. w/Lee Caraher.

Lee Caraher, CEO of Double Forte PR & Digital Marketing and acclaimed communication
strategist, shares insights from her latest book The Boomerang Principle. Learn how you can engender a lifetime of loyalty from former employees, and gain a recurring dividend in the form of customers, partners, clients, advocates, contractors, and even returning employees.

04 BRANDING | Personal Branding: Opting out is not an option! (Part 2) w/Jen Dalton

In part two of our interview with personal branding strategist and reputation management expert Jen Dalton, CEO & Founder of BrandMirror, learn what you can do to be more relevant in your market place, increase employee retention, and protect your company’s image as part of an on-going reputation management strategy. 

Jen shares how a business owner can develop their personal brand to create more awareness of their company, generate new leads, manage customer relationships, and communicate thought leadership.  

Jen Dalton, CEO of BrandMirror, has over 15 years of experience in strategy, marketing and coaching. In 2012, she made a gutsy move into the entrepreneurship space, launching her branding business and became a certified master personal branding strategist. She specializes in building your digital thought leadership on LinkedIn and other social media. She has spoken to and coached thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs about defining their brands, crafting their stories, and how to stand out. She is an international speaker and has worked with companies like the Navy, GE, IBM, Capital One, 1776, C-Lever, and more. In addition, Jen joined the Executive Coaching team in 2014 at Georgetown University and works with their Executive MBA candidates. Jen is currently a Senior Industry Fellow at the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute. She believes you need to be a noise-breaker, not a noise-maker.