We all have a story to tell. It is important that you do just that. Tell it — consistently, concisely, and frequently.
Your story is your unique identity. It quickly tells listeners who you are and what makes you different, while also providing structure and a certain kind of raison d’être for employees and internal stakeholders.
Stan Hinden, retired Washington Post financial writer and columnist wrote, during my 50 years as a newspaper reporter, editor and columnist, I have known hundreds of public relations people. Some were a joy to work with; others a nightmare. Indeed, as I look back, I can see clear differences between those who were good at their jobs and those who were not.