No matter if you are an experienced professional or just starting your first job, having a clear personal brand will set you up for a successful career.
Your background, skills, education, and personal qualities all play a critical role in developing a personal brand in the workplace. A personal brand is an essential part of defining individual value at work for professionals in virtually all fields, from business to graphic design and healthcare.
Walsh College will host a complimentary webinar titled, Your Career, Your Brand, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 17. The webinar is part of a series designed for professionals in any field who are looking to improve their business acumen. It will be hosted by Lee Meadows, Ph.D., professor, Management Department, at Walsh. Dr. Meadows brings more than 30 years of expertise in leadership development, management consulting and development, career change, and more.
“Defining your personal brand is an important but often overlooked aspect of building a strong career,” Dr. Meadows said.
“Understanding your role and the value that you bring to the table is crucial to advance your career in any field. This webinar is designed for professionals looking to make a change, improve their career, or build the foundation for advancement.”
Topics will focus on building a portfolio for your career and brand for success, how to position yourself for advancement and strategically align your skill set to your career, and provide information about Walsh’s new Master of Arts in Business Degree.
This webinar topic is part of Walsh’s effort to deliver practical business tips, skills, and acumen to a non-business audience — through the new Master of Arts in Business degree program. Launching this fall, the program is designed specifically for non-business professionals who need to build business knowledge and skills to advance in their careers.
The MA in Business degree will provide students with a well-rounded business education and enable them to advance their career trajectory, gain a position of added responsibility, better comprehend and contribute in a business environment, and/or start a business.
Find out if you are a match for the Master of Arts in Business or another advanced degree program by taking the “Is the MA in Business Degree Program Right for You?” quiz.
For more on Walsh webinars or to register, visit www.walshcollege.edu/webseries.
Registration for fall classes begins on Aug. 7. Fall classes begin Sept. 27.