Mitchell Levy – Top Five Best Practices in Thought Leadership

Hands-on Practical Approaches to Sharing Your (and others) Thought Leadership

mitchell-levyThere’s so much happening with social media and thought leadership that it’s difficult to keep up. Wouldn’t be it be great if someone not only shared thought leadership best practices, but gave you a technique you can use to implement them?

This is that Webinar!

Mitchell Levy compiled the best practices from the Thought Leadership Best Practices Group on LinkedIn (http://bit.ly/t-l-b-p) and has documented them along with relatively easy techniques to implement them.

He’ll start the webinar with a quick definition of thought leadership and share the Thought Leadership Funnel, the replacement of the traditional sales funnel.

[success]Read Mitchell’s blog post on this very topic – Best Practices in Thought Leadership – at Social Buzz Club.[/success]

The key question he’ll address in his presentation is what can you, or your people, do today to drive thought leadership for yourself and the organization.

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More about Mitchell

Mitchell Levy is the CEO and Thought Leader Architect at THiNKaha and Chief Aha Instigator at the AhaAmplifier.com who has created and operated fifteen firms and partnerships since 1997. He and his team make it easy for corporations to easily create compelling content that help turn their experts into recognized thought leaders. Mitchell is an Amazon bestselling author with twenty nine business books, contributor at Entrepreneur Magazine, has provided strategic consulting to over one hundred
companies, has advised over five hundred CEOs on critical business issues through the CEO networking groups he’s run, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Get a free copy of the eBook Mitchell Levy on Creating Thought Leaders at the Aha Amplifier, read about thought leadership best practices on the LinkedIn group, or watch a new thought leader each week on ThoughtLeaderLife.com.