Thought Leadership Guide – Tip 2: Be Authentic

Published: February 22, 2017

“Don't get lost in cliché assumptions.”

Continuing our series of monthly thought leadership tips, Kenji Maghoma writes about a key criteria – to be authentic – in her own inimitable style. Discover the key to developing an authentic brand through her spoken word poem.

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*You can read more about being an original, as opposed to a clone of your competitors, via our article for Influence Magazine here.

Kenji Maghoma
Junior Consultant
@kenjmaghoma

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