Timothy introduces bold thinking that questions the value of personal branding and how to navigate the complexity of measuring your identity in varying leadership environments from executive to entertainment/arts to political. Like EQ/Emotional Intelligence, PBQ is a way to create heightened awareness of your personal brand potential that shares research, case studies and Timothy's personal experience with leaders and influencers around the world.
- The Neuroscience of my Pet Pom’s Effect on Identity July 10, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy brings you the story of how his pet Pom impacted his understanding of the application of neuroscience on social engagement, identity, and race.Timothy Maurice
- Social Media Persuasion: Strategies from MIT July 3, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy brings you part 3 of his 3-part series from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he speaks to Senior Lecturer, Dr Ben Shields, about Social Media Persuasion and Influence. Dr Shields is the author of Social Media Management: Persuasion in Networked Culture. He shares advice from his book and course about building […]Timothy Maurice
- Driving - Saudi Arabia's Next Generation of Leading Women June 26, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy brings you part 2 of his 3 part series from MIT’s Sloan School of Management where he speaks to Dr. Sufana Almashhadi, a Postdoctoral Brain Research Fellow at MIT’s McGovern Institute for Brain Research about her journey as a Saudia Arabian woman in this critical chapter of history. Timothy also speaks to […]Timothy Maurice
- The Science & Business of Eye Lashes June 19, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy brings you a 3-part series from MIT’s Sloan School of Management - where he interviews leading global voices in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In Part 1, he interviews the CEO and Founder of Velour Lashes, Mabel Lee, about how she started a luxury eyelash business out of Toronto, Canada.Timothy Maurice
- Thriving as an Outsider June 13, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy catches up with a banker who is an outsider in Cape Town. And in light of the recent letter penned by Tinyiko Ngwenya about why she left Cape Town, he wanted to speak to Sbusiso Khumalo about why he is staying in Cape Town, and how he deals with the social imbalance.Timothy Maurice