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.
- Influencing Legally April 24, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy Maurice shares a conversation he had in New York with Attorney Maushami Chetty, about how Influencers need to think about the legal side of thriving as an influencer (from contracts to all legal agreements) to protect their influence potential. We are all influencers and it’s getting serious!Timothy Maurice
- Travel & Thrive with a Neuroscientist April 17, 2018CliffCentral.com — In Part 3 of this 3-part series Timothy speaks to Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart about tips and ideas to boost your brain power to become a better traveler and a more agile leader.Timothy Maurice
- Pillow Power April 12, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy speaks to another inspiring and innovative entrepreneur in New York, Kalle Simpson, who left North Carolina to pursue her entrepreneurial goals. Kalle is co-founder of a lifestyle beauty company, built around the enhancing power of a pillow. He also speaks to co-founder Isaac Oppenheimer and associate Tenlie Mourning about their relationship with […]Timothy Maurice
- Thriving in New York: Nadia Neophytou April 3, 2018CliffCentral.com — Episode 1 in a 3-part series. Timothy speaks to 3 leading voices about how they took their talents to New York - one of the most challenging cities in the world - and began building their career. In the first episode, he speaks to entertainment journalist Nadia Neophytou about what she has learned […]Timothy Maurice
- How your brain competes with itself in order to change March 27, 2018CliffCentral.com — Timothy speaks with Dr Deborah Ancona, the Seley Distinguished Professor of Management at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, about how the brain processes change.Timothy Maurice