The importance of developing your own personal and professional brand cannot be understated. It defines who you are, what you stand for, and influences how you engage with people, the relationships you build, and the results you deliver, which are fundamental to your success, and the legacy you leave. This workshop has been designed to take you through a process, a personal journey that will lay the foundations for you to:
• Develop and define your personal and professional brand
• Elevate your personal and professional presence
• Communicate your purpose and legacy
Two-day workshop with post-workshop coaching call to feedback on Hogan MVPI assessment and relevance in the context of the development and application of your personal and professional brand.
Building Your Personal and Professional Brand
• Our approach
• Introducing the concepts
• What do personal and professional brands look like?
Self-Awareness and Personal and Professional Brands
• How do I view the world?
• What defines your brand?
• Values and personal and professional brands
Elevate Your Presence
• Presence: Importance and definition
• Five steps to developing your presence
• Communicating for impact
Defining Your Purpose and Legacy
• What does the future look like?
• What do you wish to achieve and be known for?
• Crafting your brand statement and testing it
All of Regiment First Aid Trainers are fully qualified
All of our courses are Ofqual regulated Level 2 and Level 3 First Aid qualifications
We are knowledgeable in our field, having worked in high risk environments throughout the world
Certificate of completion for continual professional development purposes.
Numbers and Target Audience:
Those interested in developing their knowledge and skills to apply the concepts and subsequently develop their personal and professional brand, especially those in a leadership role. This workshop is capped at 12 participants.
Participants will be required to complete the Hogan Development Survey (HDS) on-line prior to attending the workshop.
For open enrolment, workshops are delivered at an external venue to be advised at time of booking. For corporate bookings, workshops can be delivered at the company premises or an external venue.