Brand Yourself: My Wikipedia Fail | Emad Rahim | TEDxYouth@ClintonSquare

Brand Yourself: My Wikipedia Fail | Emad Rahim | TEDxYouth@ClintonSquare

Dr. Emad Rahim takes you on a journey of how his brand was almost ruined by Wikipedia. However, through empathy and honesty the trajectory of his brand was changed. In his story, he will tell you how.

Dr. Emad Rahim is an award-winning author, educator, entrepreneur, Fulbright Scholar and TEDx speaker. His story was turned into a short documentary (Against the Odds) and adapted into a theater production titled ‘Tales from the Salt City,’ which is an extension of the acclaimed Undesirable Elements series written by celebrated playwright and Presidential National Medals of Arts Award recipient, Ping Chong. He has been featured in the Huffington Post, Forbes Magazine, IntelligentHQ, and CEO Magazine. He authored Resilience: From Killing Fields to Boardroom and co-authored The Inclusive Leader: An Applied Approach to Diversity, Change, and Management. Rahim serves as the Kotouc Family Endowed Chair and Professor at Bellevue University, and Training Consultant at Cornell University. He was the former Distinguished Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Oklahoma State University, University Dean at Colorado Tech and Visiting Scholar at Rutgers University. Follow him on Twitter @DrEmadRahim |

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