Time to think about what’s important…you
When was the last time you got a chance to stop and think about you? To really understand what makes you tick. To consider what personal impact you might make. To contemplate how your personal brand could help you do your job and move your career forwards.
A personal brand workshop or seminar gives people the time to do just that.
It’s a brilliant feeling for any delegate when the penny drops, the light bulb comes on and realisation dawns (plus plenty of other analogies), because that’s the moment their confidence, motivation and productivity move up a gear. And it can happen at all levels:
- It’s when senior executives accept there’s more to being a good leader than just doing the job.
- It’s when future leaders learn simple techniques to get better buy-in from their teams.
- It’s when salespeople discover the power of their network and how to stay on the radar.
- It’s when graduates realise the littlest things can make a big impact (and not always in a positive way).
- It’s when people facing redundancy understand what’s needed to stand out from the job-seeking crowd.
Each seminar and workshop is tailored to the audience and can last from 45 minutes to a full day, to meet a range of budgets.
A bank created a talent programme aimed at helping high-potential individuals to raise their profile and improve their impact.
A series of personal brand workshops, accompanied by a 360˚ perception survey, helped attendees to focus clearly on their skills, strengths and behaviours and how they could use them to add even more value to the company.
A telecom company sought to help its project managers strengthen relations and work more efficiently with a number of different departments.
The workshop focused on raising awareness of how internal customers perceived individuals’ brands, before teaching communication techniques that could be put into practice immediately to build rapport and relationships.
An engineering firm wanted its latest intake of graduates to transition smoothly from campus life to corporate life.
To help them make a positive impression from the off, the induction programme included an interactive personal brand seminar covering everything from timekeeping to written communications, networking to online profiles.
A fantastic insight into personal brand delivered by Jennifer to my HR team, peppered with humorous anecdotes, making it a very enjoyable day!Dena Bond, General Manager – HR & Training, Toyota Financial Services
Jennifer has a very refreshing approach to helping people build their personal brand. It’s not your usual “go and do this and you’ll be fine” approach, but a lot deeper and more personal.Ian Turner, Head of People Development, Talk Talk
Jennifer balances strong expertise in her field with the pragmatism and flexibility to adapt to different industries and size and scale of organisations.Rachel Cox, Group Head Of Talent, Arriva
Not only did Jennifer make us work harder than I expected but she forced us to challenge our own preconceptions. All the while we had a great deal of fun doing it.Jonathan Moxon, MD, Societe Generale
Jennifer’s ability to rapidly identify our real needs and introduce a range of tools and techniques that could be put to use immediately was amazing and the impact on the team was palpable.Scott Jarvis, Head of Talent & Learning, Harrods
Jennifer’s style and approach are engaging and effective. She has a great presence that drives you to think about your personal brand [and] her candid and honest approach is both refreshing and thought provoking.Caroline Wood, HR Business Partner, Warburtons
Jennifer has a straight to the point attitude, sharp and clear messages, but always gentle and empathetic in the format. She gave participants information they could use right after the sessions.Emine Bozdogan, Global Procurement Manager, Vodafone
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