BrandIT By Matt Davies – Free Download Course – An online brand strategy course for leadership teams
Collaboratively discover answers to 5 big brand questions:
Why do we exist beyond making money?
Who do we exist to serve?
How will we show up?
What are we offering?
What is our story and what role do we play?
Define your brand strategy with Brandit.
Collectively clarify your ‘Why’, ‘How’ and ‘What’. Define your audience. Uncover your brand story. Tell your story. Live your story.
What could your leadership team do if they were better aligned? This video course has been created for leadership teams who want to level up together and set the high-level principles upon which they will build their organisations. Business leaders who want clarity over their brand and to grow in a collaborative way. Those who are great but want to be greater through alignment. If this sounds like you and your leadership team then this is the online course for you.
Why your team needs brandit:
It makes creating a brand strategy simple
It will align your leadership team
You can go through it at your own pace (5 half-day sessions are recommended)
You can complete it virtually, at your office, home or on an off-site
It will give you tools you can use immediately
It will give you helpful definitions of your brand which will aid in better, customer-centric decision making
It will give you powerful storytelling frameworks to use for your brand
Benefit from Matt Davies’ 18+ years of brand experience working with 100s of leadership teams on their brand strategies – experience the next best thing to having him live in the room.
HOW THIS online course works – It’s super simple:
Assemble the leadership team
Get your decision-makers makers together
Invite staff / customers / designers – anyone you think who could add an important perspective
Set time aside
Make yourselves comfortable.
Watch informative videos together
Watch short presentations introducing each section of the course
These videos teach essential brand theory and methods in a simple and relevant way
Split up and run exercises in groups
Set a deadline
Fill in worksheets
Come back together to discuss and settle on a refined output.