Topic: Personal Branding: At work, at home and everywhere in between.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
5111 Tamiami Trail North, Naples
We (should) all care deeply about how we are perceived in the workplace. An essential part of championing the “brand” of our organizations is seen in how we “brand” ourselves as individuals.
Marketer, publicist, writer and speaker MindZoo’s Randall Kenneth Jones is no exception. Jones will suggest tips on putting forth a positive image in the marketplace—an image that authentically reflects one’s values and character. Jones is also a walking case study of local branded content success as evidenced by “Business Class,” his three-year-old Naples Daily News business column defined as “an ongoing celebration of best practices based on interviews with Southwest Florida’s most prolific residents and guests.”
About Randall Kenneth Jones: A self-described “professional storyteller” Jones is the founder and president of Naples-based MindZoo. His portfolio includes work performed for such household name clients as TJMaxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Pier 1, Walgreen’s, Carter’s, JCPenney, GEICO, Sears, The Washington Post, Tribune Publishing and more.
Jones is also creator of RediscoverCourtesy.org, a national professional courtesy initiative whose mission has landed him on Public Radio’s “Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal” and CNBC.com as well as inside the pages of Smart Business magazine.
His Naples Daily News column, “Business Class,” has showcased the talents of Barbara Corcoran (ABC’s Shark Tank), Erin Brockovich (Consumer Advocate), Jack Hanna (wildlife superstar), Phil Beuth (former president, Good Morning America), Bob Emfield (co-founder, Tommy Bahama), Peggy Post (co-director, The Emily Post Institute), Sonny Jurgensen (NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback), Shirley Jones (Oscar-winning actress and author), Carly Fiorina (presidential candidate), Ryan Ferguson (advocate for the wrongly convicted), Suze Orman (financial wizard), Janet Evanovich (New York Times bestselling author) and many more.
Jones is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Register online by noon on Friday, June 5. Reservations are preferred. Walk-ins are welcome; however, those with reservations will be accommodated first.
Registration begins at 7:00 a.m. Event starts promptly at 7:30 a.m.
Cost for members = $25
Cost for non-members = $35