As young professionals in the greater Washington DC region, we’ve all heard this advice at some point in our growing careers: “build your personal brand, market yourself for the job you want, put yourself out there…” But where does one even begin? What exactly is a personal brand? Do we have to “market” ourselves to be successful? It can be daunting to think about and also downright intimidating. However, it doesn’t have to be.
Join YNPNdc and the Foundation Center for an interactive workshop facilitated by Life and Leadership Coach Christa Davis on the ins and outs of building a “brand” that is authentic to who you are. In this workshop, you will learn about what it means to market yourself, how to leverage your unique strengths and attributes to develop your brand, and explore how to overcome any barriers that are holding you back from letting your brand shine.
Food and refreshments will be served. There will be a one-hour workshop with additional opportunity for networking.
Christa Davis is a Life & Leadership Coach who specializes in helping young women professionals reach their highest potential and lead in all areas of life, in the workplace and beyond. Outside of coaching, Christa serves as a Development Officer for the Women Empowered (WE) Initiative at Project Concern International (PCI), a global development organization. In this role, Christa supports fundraising efforts for the WE initiative and builds public visibility for PCI. Previously, she worked on the Development team at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars. Christa received her coach training at IPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) and is a Certified Professional Coach recognized by the International Coach Federation. Christa holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from the George Washington University. She is also certified as an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner.
Space is limited. Register today!
- June 29, 2017 at 6pm – 8pm
1627 K St
Washington , DC 20006
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- $5.00 USD
- 48 people are going