OFFSITE | SKILLPATH How to Craft Your Own Personal Branding Statement

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Name: OFFSITE | SKILLPATH How to Craft Your Own Personal Branding Statement
Date: August 7, 2019
Time: 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
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Event Description:
No matter your role or organization, it’s important to think carefully about personal brand and image.  A personal branding statement articulates what you bring to the professional world―a reflection of your best professional self.  

How to Craft Your Own Personal Branding Statement is for people who want to strategically take control of―or even reinvent―their own personal brand. Discover the steps, as well as the common barriers, to building a personal branding statement. Of course, it will always be a work in progress. The important thing is to start the process.

Join us and by the end of the session, you’ll be writing your own personal branding statement ―one that shows where you are and where you’re going―one that uniquely represents your value in the business world. 


SkillPath is a leading international provider of professional development seminars, conferences, onsite training programs and e-learning opportunities for business professionals. SkillPath provides customized onsite training programs, content and curriculum for thousands of companies, including Fortune 500 firms, government agencies, medical centers and universities. SkillPath was launched in 1989 in Mission, Kansas and is proud to have helped the careers of more than 10 million professionals worldwide.
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SkillPath Development Center
6900 Squibb Rd, Mission, KS 66202
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Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, August 7, 2019
11:45 am - 1:00 pm

*Lunch provided by Central Catering Co.
Contact Information:
Kaylah Perry
$0.00 Members
$35.00 Nonmembers

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