- Recognize three qualities that define thought leaders.
- List three elements of intersection used to choose a thought leadership niche.
- Recall what a community is made up of.
- Explain the disadvantages of explaining your early ideas to friends and family.
- Summarize three places where you can find people to serve as champions and allies.
- Identify the key difference between a leader and a thought leader.
Skill Level Intermediate
- Are you ready to stand out and gain more recognition for your achievements? Do you want to be the go-to person in your field? Is it time to make a difference around a cause you care about? If so, you might be ready to be a thought leader. I'm Denise Brosseau, and I'm an executive coach, consultant and the author of "Ready to Be A Thought Leader." Early in my career, I became a thought leader myself in the world of women's entrepreneurship. Since then, I've helped hundreds of others accelerate their journey from leader to thought leader.
In this course, you'll learn a step-by-step process to gain visibility for your ideas and make a vital contribution to the world. We'll start by defining thought leadership and exploring the risks and rewards. Then we'll talk about how to set your strategy and develop a compelling message that brings people on board. Next, we'll explore the one key difference between leaders and thought leaders. And finally, we'll discuss how you can be more discoverable in order to open the door to new opportunities for yourself and others.
Thought leadership is about creating sustainable change, even creating a movement around your ideas. If you're ready to learn how to do that, let's get started.