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How to Build an Executive Thought Leadership Platform That Plays to Your Leadership Team's Strengths

Erika Heald  (Counsultant, Erika Heald Marketing Consulting)

Date: Thursday, September 15

Time: 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Pass Type: Main Conference Plus, Main Conference, All-Access Pass, Virtual Pass

Track : Content Planning/Operations

Session Type: Session

Audience Level: All

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

Executive thought leaders can catapult a company's content marketing program to success, but many teams struggle with knowing how to define an effective thought leadership program. This session will explain step-by-step how to identify the best executive thought leaders and define a unique thought leadership platform that plays to each executive's individual strengths. Attendees will receive free templates to fast-track their thought leadership platform planning process and learn how to integrate thought leadership into their day-to-day marketing team strategy.


In addition to receiving proven templates and frameworks to document a thought leadership platform, attendees will learn how to:

- Identify the organization's most appropriate thought leaders
- Match organizational thought leadership themes to the right subject matter expert
- Organize and plan a sustainable thought leadership platform
- Prioritize opportunities across multiple thought leaders