Brand Essence – Timothy Maurice Webster
Timothy raises the awareness of how our personal essence and the organization’s essence can align to create deeper brand influence. Explore how the synergy between the values of our people and your organization can create a ‘leadership impact’ leading to more efficiency, enhanced people relations, individual and team impact as well as more productivity- adding instant value to your bottom-line.
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Sunday, 8th July
Time: 10.00 – 11.00
- Revealing that the story and reality behind the brand, otherwise known as “essence” is a tangible asset that can be traded, leveraged and served by organizations in order to thrive, remain profitable and keep a competitive advantage.
- This talk will explore how the synergy between the values of our people and your organization can create a ‘leadership impact’ leading to more efficiency, enhanced people relations, individual and team impact as well as more productivity- adding instant value to your bottom-line.
Timothy Maurice Webster is the Author of three brand leadership books and is a Columnist who consults and speaks around three key leadership pillars; Values Formation, Style Manifestation and Brand Position.
Timothy’s background in branding, design and psychology is inspired by his graduate studies at the Image Institute and his undergraduate work at Brookstone College in the United States. His leadership ideas inspire dialogue and ask his stakeholders (namely his readers and clients) to go to the out skirts of their consciousness in order to consider new scope for their personal and organisational brands.
Timothy works between South Africa and the United States. His research is particularly influential in gender equality (women’s brand leadership), entrepreneurship, global brand positioning and youth leadership. He founded the youth leadership foundation www.armabrand.org inspiring youth from previously disadvantaged backgrounds to see themselves as engaged citizens with inherent capacity.
His clients are what he terms ‘influencers’ – those who shape our society (politicians, executives, high profile entertainers and artists). Timothy has been a weekly columnist for South Africa’s Star Newspaper for nine years and for Destiny Magazine for three years and he also contributes to many business publications from Black Business Quarterly and the Business Report.