This course helps to identify the best way for you to create your own branding, from understand your personality to creating your own mission statement and how to engage your audience on social media.
Understanding and application of Personal Branding with the fundamental skills to build leadership skills in the personal branding success in business is very important in today's E-network business.
By Dimitrios Z•
Too basic. Trainer not very focused. Too many unnecessary details.
By Moinuddin I•
Very basic course. Not recommended for experienced professionals.
By Patricia P•
It´s a good way to introduce the personal branding to everyone.
very little info and all of the course was axiomatic
By Dave O•
Quiz' are trivial with only one reasonable answer.
By Muralidhara B K•
The course was not that much great as I expected.
By Yee K S•
Good teacher but the content to basis and simple
By vasudha t•
nice course but not what I was looking for
By Niaja F•
Very basic overview of personal branding.
By Harrison M•
Fairly short basic and informal course.
By Шестова М А•
This material isn't relevant for 2020.
By Gourang A•
I was a very beginner level course.
By Abdelrahman M A•
Not what I expected. Very basic.
By Фомин М•
For me this is too artificial.
By Uyen H•
I didn't really learn much
By Mohamed H E s•
Its too out dated
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By Jianjie W•
The instructor is passionate about the topic. Unfortunately it does not feel like a proper course/training, but more like random talks on a few topics.. I was expecting a better coverage, more systematic course from such reputable university.
By Anne-Laure P•
Unfortunately the course was not as helpful as I would have expected. The videos, though with interesting titles, are not covering the topics in depth at all. It feels very empty and a loss of time. But easy to watch in between.
By Jan C•
Totally disappointed with the course. The intructor was very personable, but the contents of the coruse lacked depth--everything was nearly common knowledge. I was expecting something more academic to be honest.