Dec. 19, 2021

Does Branding Really Matter? You Bet It Does! A Conversation with Personal Branding Activist, Bibigi Haile

Does Branding Really Matter? You Bet It Does! A Conversation with Personal Branding Activist, Bibigi Haile

“We’re not static human beings and we shouldn’t expect to have a perfect brand, what we will have is a process and a story that we own; we can tell our story, even the story of change, that is our story.”


I absolutely adore that quote from my guest this week, Bibigi Haile. It speaks to not being final, to not having all the answers, to being a work in progress, and that it's OK. It's. OK.

Meet Personal Branding Activist, Bibigi Haile who believes that personal branding is a form of activism for women. Intrigued? You should be!

As the founder of The Beauvoir Group, a career management and personal branding consultancy, Bibigi works with women in middle and senior management roles helping them make bold moves in their lives and careers as they discover the possibilities that come with finding and owning their unique voice

She is also a highly sought after speaker and has recently launched her own podcast, Speaking with Women, which aims to help us own our story, take our place and step into our power.

Connect with Bibigi:
https://thebeauvoirgroup.com/
https://thebeauvoirgroup.com/podcast_list/

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Bibigi Haile

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Bibigi Haile is the founder of The Beauvoir Group, a career management and personal branding consultancy. Bibigi works with women in middle and senior management roles helping them make bold moves in their lives and careers as they discover the possibilities that come with finding and owning their unique voice

Prior to her career and personal branding consulting days, she spent 15+ years as an organizational development and change management consultant supporting senior leaders and executives to design and execute major change projects. So often she found herself becoming a trusted advisor to her female clients, and quickly realized that in management roles, women could feel very lonely when it came to discussing their professional challenges. The realization of her client’s struggles led her to pivot her consultancy towards one focused on individual transformation and change.