Professional communicators give, give, give on behalf of their brand and their brand’s audience. Little time is left over for asking themselves the WIIFM question. How often do they focus their communications skills on building their own public profile and enhancing their own reputation? What are they doing to make influencers of themselves, and would they know where to start?
Each year at this time we ask communicators what issues loom large for them in the new year. Last year integration, mobile and content dominated (PRN , Nov. 16, 2015).
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Winner: Accenture – Strategy Launch Accenture’s clients were familiar with its Accenture Technology and Accenture Operations businesses. However, Accenture wasn’t always in the picture against pure strategy consultancies like McKinsey and BCG. So they expanded… Continued