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Thought Leadership: Brain Power as a Leading Indicator

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Presentation given as part of Reputation seminar put on by Risdall McKinney Public Relations. ...

Presentation given as part of Reputation seminar put on by Risdall McKinney Public Relations.

It takes intentional, purposeful effort to create and sustain a brand. A thought leader is an action-orientated participant in inudstry and cosnumer forums. An ongoing process, today's contrbutions lead to tomorrow's business success. Reputation is on the line every day.

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