Maggie Eyre is an internationally recognized expert in personal presence and leadership motivation, with over 30 years’ experience in business, public relations and performance. She has trained many senior business executives, public figures and academics to harness their maximum potential and shine with authentic voice and action, and her career is focused on showing clients how to think and act as a personal brand. Her previous book, Speak Easy: The essential guide to speaking in public (Exisle Publishing) is sold around the world.
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How to Build Your Personal Brand and Confidence
Practical, authoritative, inspirational, and illustrated with stories and case studies based on Maggie Eyre’s own international work and experience, this is the essential toolkit to developing a confident, authentic personal brand, whether you’re an established businessperson or just starting out in your career.
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 229 x 152 mm / 9 x 6 inches | 296 Pages
Join us for an evening with internationally-recognized expert in leadership motivation, Maggie Eyre, as she talks about her new book, Being You.
When: Thursday, 27 June 2019
Where: Books Kinokuniya Sydney
6.00pm arrivals for 6.30pm start.
In this social media obsessed age, there has never been a time when there are so many opportunities to get your personal branding just right – or horribly and very publicly wrong.
In her new book, Being You, Maggie shows you how to communicate your business and increase your brand awareness, both face to face and on digital platforms, including a comprehensive social media strategy. It provides practical tips to reach your target audience and land your message, while sharing the secrets of some of the world’s biggest personal brands — from Oprah Winfrey to Roger Federer — on how they grew their audiences and achieved success.
Being true to your mind, your heart, your values, your passions, and what you believe to be true at the core of your personal and professional self, is what makes you unique — what makes you valuable.
“presents confidence-building skills and resources which help you to shine.” Click here read in full
A Conversation with Verve Magazine
“In her latest book ‘Being You’, Maggie teaches us everything we need to know about personal branding.” Verve caught up with Maggie and so enjoyed their conversation we just had to share: Click here to read
Fitness Network featured
“By aligning your values and personal behaviour you can create the reputation and personal brand needed to build rapport with your clients, writes coach Maggie Eyre.” Click here read in full
Ladies in Racing Magazine featured
“In her new book, Being You, Maggie shows you how to communicate your business and increase your brand awareness, both face to face and on digital platforms, including
a comprehensive social media strategy.” Click here to read in full.
Food and Travel featured
“provides the tools for each person to increase personal brand awareness.” Click here read in full
F Magazine article
“In her new book, Being You, Maggie Eyre sets out guidelines on how to communicate and increase brand awareness, both face to face and across digital platforms, including a comprehensive social media strategy.” Click here to read in full.
Good Reading –
“Maggie shares with us the experience of working with people under the harsh scrutiny of the public.”
“Being You is a useful book. This is a book for those who know who they are and are looking for practical advice on a few things. Many will find tactical advice here on public relations, social media, design, etc.” Click here to read in full.
NetGalley Review – Brenda Plummer:
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
“I work in a university where I lead a woman’s network, hence the reason I requested this book, I thoroughly enjoyed it and I must say it is a definite read for any females just needing a little direction about leadership, or looking to progress in their career or starting their own company. I highly recommend this book and I will be recommending it to all my female friends. Thanks for the ARC.”
ABCPerth – Focus with Jessica Strutt
Social media influencers tell us what to eat, what to wear and what to buy so how does it work? Is there an obligation to be transparent about what they’re getting in return for spruiking goods and brands? Do they need stronger regulation?