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Welcome to episode 15. In amongst the interviews with MDs and CEOs, I’m also working hard to bring you interviews with subject matter experts who can help us all be even better leaders for the organisations and individuals that we lead.
In season one we heard from my good friend and physiologist Professor Greg Wells, and my team and I are working hard to bring you a Professor of Applied Neuroscience. In another episode we’ll have an excellent nutritionist, and in today’s episode we have Lesley Everett.

 

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Episode Overview – Lesley Everett

 

Lesley is an internationally recognized professional keynote speaker and specialist on Leadership Branding and The Personality of the Brand, known for her content-rich, engaging and practical advice and delivery. Lesley has presented her Walking TALL System in 28 countries across 5 continents.
She is a published author of 3 books including her latest one, ‘Corporate Brand Personality’. She is an Executive Brand and Brand Management Coach with a client list that  includes Salesforce, Deloitte, ASDA/Walmart and JetBlue. Lesley is also the founder and CEO of Walking TALL Training & Consulting, Inc., with offices in the US and UK. She has created a methodology for Personal Branding that has inspired audiences for the past 16+ years.
In this episode we explore what we actually mean by Personal or Leadership Brand, some of the key things we need to be thinking about, and the particular nuances we need to be considering whilst working from home on endless Zoom and Teams calls.
So without any further delay, please enjoy my interview with Lesley Everett.
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