WhyMe? is the new personal brand development toolkit from brand experts Housebrands. It guides you through the 4 steps needed to create your personal brand definition, explaining exactly what you need to do and when, providing detailed, clear instructions, tips and examples.
Of course, you could create your own programme by searching the web, reading lots of books and articles, attending a myriad of different webinars and personal brand training sessions but the joy of WhyMe? is that all the hard work has been done for you. You simply need to follow the instructions and add in your own personal data when asked.
WhyMe? is useful for anyone in work or looking for a job including:
As the only fully comprehensive, online DIY personal brand development toolkit available it will help you create a winning articulation of what makes you unique bringing a range of benefits. It will ensure that you:
Housebrands Toolkits is a fully owned subsidiary of brand and communications agency, Housebrands. Whereas Housebrands delivers bespoke consultancy services, Housebrands Toolkits specialises in designing and supplying off-the-shelf programmes aimed at offering brand and communication expertise to organisations or individuals, who lack the necessary funds to employ external consultants.
Our latest online, brand programme is WhyMe?, a DIY toolkit for developing personal brands. Given the current recessionary climate, the issue of personal brand has come even more to the fore – we are frequently asked to give presentations and workshops on the subject as individuals struggle to compete and achieve their career ambitions in a highly competitive job market. Additionally, with the rise in importance of social media, it is important that anyone who wants to impress and succeed in their chosen field pays particular attention to their public persona or ‘personal brand’. WhyMe? has been designed to help people take a strategic approach to their public face, thereby aiding and abetting their career development.
WhyMe? is written and produced by Housebrands Strategic and Insight Director, Fenella McCarthy and Creative Director, Chris Bennett.