Jim Karrh’s topic is “Manage Your Message Using the Power of Everyday Business Conversations to Grow Your Practice.”
Jim serves his clients as a consultant, coach and a speaker. He’s also a featured blogger for American Marketing Associations Executive Circle and author of the forthcoming book “Manage Your Message” to be published by Career Press.
Jim likes speaking with audiences, who have an expertise and just need better ways to express it. He helps encourage and equip people to spread the good word as well.
Listen in as Kelly Campbell and Jim Karrh chat about these points.
- Ways you can become a good messenger for your business
- What is the three legged-stool, and also what does each leg represent.
- How to define your message and also who are your messengers?
- Who makes for a good client for you?
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Jim serves clients as a consultant, coach, and speaker. He is also a featured blogger for the American Marketing Association’s Executive Circle and author of the forthcoming book, “Manage Your Message,” to be published by Career Press.
Jim has bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees from the University of Florida, plus an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. But he knows you don’t have to be a PhD, an extrovert, or a brilliant conversationalist to bring your business story to life. It just involves a process he calls “Managing the Message.”