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Personal Branding Conference Personal Branding Conference


Personal Branding Conference
February 15, 2014
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
University Center


You already have a personal brand, whether you're managing it or not. Understanding what sets you apart and makes you unique helps unlock the secrets of your personal brand. But what you choose to do with that information is equally important.Identifying and marketing your personal brand is an essential core competency for managing and sustaining a successful career. Empower yourself by knowing what you have to offer, what you want and how to ask for it.

Your ability to market your talents, accomplishments and value are a key part of enhancing your brand. The demands we face today include an unpredictable economy, very competitive and specialized marketplace, globalization, changing demographics, and strong leadership skills by all levels.

In order to be successful, it is critical to set yourself apart. The Personal Branding Conference will help you do that.

The Personal Branding Conference is a one day program focused on student transition to the workforce.  Topics include, but are not limited to preparation for interviews, effective resumes, social media use, elevator speeches, networking, community engagement, and developing your brand.  Presentations are approximately 45 minutes (usually about 30 minutes of content, then some Q&A) and set for 10:30a, 11:20a, or 1:30p. The program will also include a keynote from a high level community leader, etiquette training and an opportunity to network with Memphis
young professionals.  

Free registration comes with breakfast and lunch and all the knowledge and contacts you can acquire. Get ahead and get connected at the Personal Branding Conference.  


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Personal Branding Conference

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