Do you need a highly knowledgeable speaker and educator for your magazine article, radio program or TV show?
Sue Currie is Australia’s leading personal branding specialist and is available to comment on the following areas of her expertise:
- Personal branding
- Corporate image and style
- Executive presence and business etiquette
- Personal and professional public relations
- Media relations
As well as a professional speaker, Sue is a TV presenter, MC and media commentator recognised as a leading authority on personal branding having appeared on Sky Business News, in BRW, Vogue, Cleo, Cosmopolitan, Dynamic Business and Marketing Magazines, Daily Telegraph, The Age and Qantas Radio Q.
She has had many articles published and is author of IMPRESSario – Present and Promote the Star Within You.
Sue quoted in the media:
Work out your values - what is meaningful to you. Determine your personal vision as well as the mission and vision for your business. The Adviser read the article
With any branding exercise whether is is your own personal brand or that of your business, the ultimate aim is to make a name for yourself - to be known for that one thing. Accounting Technician read more
You do have to stand out to get ahead. It’s not about being annoying or brash, it’s about letting your true self come out – recognising it and understanding it. Vogue
Branding is about what you stand for. It’s also about portraying your strengths, skills and passions and getting people to recognise you for these qualities. Your brand should reflect who you are. Cosmopolitan
Personal branding is about achieving recognition, enhancing your profile and building your overall reputation. BRW
Personal Branding is applying the tools used by corporations to make a name for yourself. It's not just your image or logo or the outer package. It's understanding and promoting your inner assets that will support you in enhancing your career. Sunday Telegraph
It's identifying what you want to be known for and how you want to be seen. In terms of recruitment and business it's looking for what motivates and inspires you and making sure it aligns with the company that you're working for or approaching. The Daily Telegraph
People are often not aware of the impressions they make. People need to realise that it happens fairly instantaneously, in the first 10 seconds or so. The Age
You must be very clear about what you and your brand stand for and how you want to be seen in the marketplace. Sydney Morning Herald
The idea of a business lunch is to build rapport and a relationship with your client. It's not so much about the food or wine but more about making them feel happy and comfortable with the time they've spent with you. Sunday Telegraph