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Developing a credible and genuine personal brand and living it

Webinar series - 'Self-marketing’

  • Event date: 05 June 2023 10:00 AM
  • Event type: Webinar
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Provided by: Inside Out Image and The Centre for Legal Leadership

After a successful series of events last year, Joanna Gaudoin returns to run four sessions on the theme of ‘Self-marketing’ following demand from the Centre for Legal Leadership event attendees.

It can feel challenging to ‘market’ yourself, especially due to time constraints and the challenge of putting yourself forward. However, to navigate your role successfully and progress your career – it is necessary.

In this series, Joanna will provide a lot of practical guidance on how to do this, with the theme broken into four distinct topic sessions.

The first session is Developing a credible and genuine personal brand and living it.

It’s important to stand out positively at work to get your work recognised and to maximise your career opportunities.

Having a strong and credible personal brand helps you to be positively memorable to others, as well as helping you to be clear on who you are and what you want to be known for.

Joanna will look at why personal brand matters, how to consider yours and, importantly, how to bring it to life in the workplace.

About the presenter

Joanna Gaudoin helps bright, knowledgeable people with great technical skills and experience improve their non-technical skills so they can progress their careers and boost their firm's performance. She runs Inside Out Image and is the author of Amazon bestseller Getting On: Making work work.

During her former corporate career in marketing and consultancy, Joanna realised that being successful involved skills that weren’t being developed or talked about.

These ‘other’ professional skills involve knowing how to manage your own Personal Impact and how to effectively build relationships, both internally and externally. 

She has run her business for over a decade and has worked with thousands of people, both individually and in group settings.

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