Categories Ideas Leadership Life Productivity Social Media Vision The Double-edged Sword Of Branding and Communication Post author By Blessing Mpofu Post date 19/01/2012 7 Comments on The Double-edged Sword Of Branding and Communication <h4>be bullish about your brand</h4> change the world; share this RelatedMake It Obvious11/03/2013In "Leadership"Leading Your Tribe And Product Development Like 'A Boss'!21/03/2014In "Leadership"Leadership Lessons From Julius Malema in Lonmin Tragedy28/08/2012In "Leadership" Tags communication, creativity, diversity, Leadership, Life, marketing, ministry, social media, speaking, strategy, vision, youth ministry By Blessing Mpofu just a guy changing the world View Archive → ← Quitting While Ahead? → What Giving Responsibility Can Do 7 replies on “The Double-edged Sword Of Branding and Communication” […] to University of Cape Town debate. I noticed and was reminded of something key in life, leading and communication general. There are versions, perceptions and even illusions of listening but it is not what most […] […] Zulu spoken in Kwazulu Natal is likely to be less tainted. However, it is not so different that commmunication cannot taken place. Depending on your attitude, language can a barrier or […] […] what some leaders or organisations often overlook that the very people employed to ‘portray’ their enterprise to the world, are often overlooked as brand ambassadors. Their work, that is, whatever they […] […] Communication happens when the message received by the receiver is as intended by the sender […] […] love brands for different reasons. Like the old saying goes, “Different strokes for different folks”. People have […] […] I am about to share I find very annoying and highly recommend every platform communicator to consider, to avoid being that speaker. You know the speaker that ends being talked about as a […] […] of your flow when you make too many comments about your tools when you should be focusing on the message you should be propagating. Do not talk about how weird the remote is, talk about what you there to talk […] Be a part of the conversation Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.