Unignorable: Available on 13 October
The invisible don’t build great businesses. The unignorable do. In the digital age, being good at your job is no longer enough. To be truly successful, you must be both talented and visible. Building an authentic personal brand is the key to getting the recognition you deserve and the opportunities you dream of.
Everyone has a reputation. So why not build a reputation you love? One that is authentic, plays to your strengths and boosts your business. In Unignorable, Oliver guides you through a 30-day process of building your personal brand online and offline. You will work on your mindset, motivation, method and message. By the end of the four weeks, you will have a tailor-made personal branding strategy and the skills required to execute it with maximum success. You will have learned how to become truly unignorable. In uncertain times, your reputation is your greatest asset.
Mastering Communications: How CEOs and Executives Can Build a Great Reputation in the Digital Age
What does it take for CEOs and executives to build a great reputation and communicate effectively in the digital age? With the array of new communication channels available, increasing demands to step up to the mic and mounting pressure by shareholders, CEOs and executives must be prepared to communicate with grace and skill in any type of situation.
This book highlights the issues at stake for business leaders and offers practical solutions to navigate the challenging waters of communications. By combining the immutable truisms of CEO communications with the latest digital trends and developments, Mastering Communications gives you the tools to succeed in the 2020s.
How to Speak Like a CEO: How successful leaders communicate
The ‘Speak Like a CEO’ podcast was launched in November 2018 by Eo Ipso. Over the course of a year, we interviewed CEOs, entrepreneurs and founders about their journey to become master communicators.
This book is the result of the insights we gathered from over 30 start-up founders, CEOs and executives from Berlin to London to Tel Aviv on the secrets and pitfalls of CEO communications.