Feb 122013

High-impact career and business development

Build your portfolio - Accelerate your career

Acc_day_1Strategies to help you develop your brand and market your skills

Accelerated Working Careers Day gives you the strategies you need to take control of your career, build your portfolio, get commissioned and bill more. With experts in recruitment, directorship, consultancy, marketing, training, psychology and social media; this course is designed for anyone considering or who is already engaged in independent working.

This includes:

  • Consultants (aspiring, new or established)
  • Directors (aspiring, new or established)
  • Military Personnel engaged in transition
  • NHS and Public Sector Workers engaged in career change
  • Interims (aspiring, new or established)

The event has been developed with personal change and professional development in mind.  Each segment, delivered by an engaging and expert speaker, contains exercises to ensure the content is not only innovative and effective, but relevant to you.

Prices for the event start at £49.99 for the full day, delegate pack and inclusive live follow-up webinar.

Click here to find out more - http://www.executive-brands.co.uk/page/accelerated-working


09:00 Registration - Coffee on arrival
09:30 Event Introduction
09:40 Ed Lobbett - Career Development Strategy
10:20 David Rigby - Consultancy : The Core of Your Portfolio
11:00 Coffee & Networking
11:20 Diane Lobbett – Change and Emotional Health: Strategies for your clients and for you
12:20 Beyond the Job Description
13:00 Lunch & Networking
14:00 Alexei Lee - Powerful Social Media and Content Strategies
14:40 Sarah Brown – How to sell your expertise by sharing it
15:20 Ed Lobbett – Networks, Recommenders and Recruiters
15:50 Coffee & networking
16:10 David Doughty – Becoming a Non-Executive Director
16:40 Developing your Strategy – Workshop & Panel Questions
17:00 Event Close

Click here to find out more - http://www.executive-brands.co.uk/page/accelerated-working

Personal Branding and Career Building

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