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“Your brand serves as your best protec2on against factors you can’t control.” Dan Schawbel

STAGE 4: Module 13 BRAND VALUES Notes: BRAND ES VALUES value ͞ o] [ˈvalyo a person's principles or standards of behavior; one's judgment of what is important in life. 7 Benefits of Establishing Core Brand Values Benefit 1 Brand values will help make decisions that align with your brand's mission. Benefit 2 Brand values help to remain true to your brand values and will increase employee engagement. Benefit 3 Brand values make your brand more memorable. Benefit 4 Brand values will create deep emotional connections with your audience. Benefit 5 Brand values will maintain brand authenticity. Benefit 6 Brand values will guide everyone on your team and maintain consistency. Benefit 7 Brand values will inspire brand loyalty.

Notes: 8 Steps to Discover Your Brand Values 1 2 3 4 5 6 Get Inspired Make a list of brands that you admire for inspiration, within and outside of your industry. What are the qualities of these brands that resonate with you, and want to demonstrate yourself? Focus on those qualities that you can follow in your business. Ini:ate a Brainstorming Session Gather your team for a brain dump. Create lists of words and short phrases that describe the values that are important to you. Ask your team questions like: “What do we value most as a company?” “What does our company stand for?”. Think about reasons why your target audience would choose you over the competition. We’re not looking for refined quality at this point, just ideas that lead to other ideas. Be sure to come with an open mind, and let go of any preconceived notions you have about the organization. Use action words that your employees can live by. Aim to list at least 20 words or phrases. Trim Your List Take your list of 20 or so words and cut out the noise. You want to create the most impact you can, so get rid of the words that dilute your message. Your final list should include values that describe what you stand for, and are actively doing in your business now. This should not be your brand vision, or what you want to become. Expand to Phrases Take your final list or words and combine them into a few phrases or sentences. Use Short, impactful phrases that are easy to recall and trigger a response. Be sure to differentiate yourself from the competition. Your brand values should not describe every other business in your industry. Reflect on Nega:ve Experiences Think of negative situations you've experienced with other brands before, specifically those of the competition. How did those experiences make you feel? And what can your company do that will ensure that you do not create the same experience for the customer? Align with How You Demonstrate These Values Do a final audit of your phrases and craft the perfect set of brand values. Align them with what you are already doing. Ask yourself why you are doing them and why they are important.

Notes: Brand Values Inspira/on List Circle about 20 words that are most important to your business. Use the space to the right to include any additioanl words that are not in the list. Abundance Discovery Hard work Popularity Acceptance Discre1on Harmony Posi1vity Accessibility Diversity Health Poten1al Accountability Dreams Heart Power Accuracy Drive Heroism Precision Ac1veness Duty History Pride Adaptability Eagerness Honesty Privacy Adventure Ease of use Honour Produc1vity Affec1on Economy Hope Professionalism Ambi1on Educa1on Humility Progress Apprecia1on Effec1veness Humor Purity Approachability Elegance Imagina1on Quality A6en1on to detail Empathy Impact Recogni1on Balance Empowering Individuality Reflec1on Beauty Energy Innova1on Rela1onships Belonging Engagement Insight Reliability Bravery Enjoyment Inspira1on Resilience Capability Entertainment Integrity Resourcefulness Care Enthusiasm Intelligence Respect Change Entrepreneurship In1macy Responsibility Charity Environment Intui1on Safety Clarity Equality Joy Sa1sfac1on Cleanliness Evolu1on Jus1ce Security Collabora1on Excellence Kindness Sharing Comfort Excitement Knowledge Simplicity Commitment Exhilara1on Leadership Sincerity Communica1on Exper1se Learning Skill Compassion Explora1on Liveliness Speed Confidence Fairness Logic Spontaneity Connec1on Faith Longevity Stability Consistency Family Love Strength Control Fame Loyalty Success Coopera1on Fascina1on Mastery Support Courage Fearlessness Mindfulness Sustainability Cra iness Firmness Mo1va1on Talent Cra smanship Fitness Neatness Teamwork Crea1vity Flexibility Op1mism ThoughVulness Credibility Focus Organisa1on Tolerance Curiosity Freedom Originality Trust Customer sa1sfac1on Freshness Partnership Truth Customer-centric Friendship Passion Understanding Daring Fun Pa1ence Uniqueness Dedica1on Generosity Peace Unity Dependability Genius Percep1on Value Determina1on Genuineness Performance Variety Devo1on Goodwill Persistence Virtue Dignity Gra1tude Personal development Vision Diligence Growth Playfulness Warmth Directness Guidance Poise Welcoming Discipline Happiness Polish Wonder

Notes: Build Your Brand Values STEP 1: Most Important Words List the top 20 words that are most important to your business STEP 2: Narrow Your List Take your list of 20 or so words and cut out the noise. You want to create the most impact you can, so get rid of the words that dilute your message. Your final list should include values that describe what you stand for and are ac@vely doing in your business now. STEP 3: Expand to Phrases Take your final list or words and combine them into a few phrases or sentences. Use Short, impac ul phrases that are easy to recall and trigger a response. Be sure to differen@ate yourself from the compe@@on. Your brand values should not describe every other business in your industry.

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Notes: 5 Ways to Share Your Brand Values 1 2 3 4 5 Weave Them Into Your Story Your story will become a very powerful tool in your brand strategy. Including your core values in your narrative will enhance that consumer connection that is critical to the success of your business. Place Them on Your Website Your website will most likely be the first place a potential customer visits to learn more about your brand. Be sure to include your values in your page copy, product info, or your about page. Showcase Your Team Use beautiful and bright photos of your employees, and spotlight how they demonstrate your core values. Customers are desperately searching to form human connections with brands, and your team is the face of your brand Be Transparent The consumer wants a brand they can trust. As I mentioned earlier, be open and honest about your core values. Wherever and whenever you have the opportunity to express them, do so without hesitation. Refine Your Message Later in stage 6 of this training, you will develop your brand voice and messaging. This will provide the perfect opportunity for you to introduce your brand values into how you speak to your audience. BRAND IDENTIFIED, All rights reserved. The contents, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form. Do not distribute or train from this material without wri9en permission. BrandIden fied.com

Notes: BRAND IDENTIFIED, All rights reserved. The contents, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form. Do not distribute or train from this material without wri9en permission. BrandIden fied.com

Brand values help to remain true to your brand values and will increase employee engagement. Benefit 2 Brand values make your brand more memorable. Benefit 3 Brand values will create deep emotional connections with your audience. Benefit 4 Brand values will maintain brand authenticity. Benefit 5 Brand values will guide everyone on your team .

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