WEBINAR - YPG: How to raise your visibility for career success
How is it that some people rapidly climb the career ladder whilst others – who might be equally as good, remain at a lower level? Having studied very successful people; watching their behaviour, actions and attitudes, Susan has identified key engagements that these successful people do in order to be visible to decision makers. And in this time where cuts are being made, you want to be the go to person: the person who is positively noticed – and it is not the loudest person: the last person standing when difficult decisions are made.
By attending this webinar, delegates will go away with the knowledge and practical ways to improve their visibility and get noticed: This includes:
- Participants will have a plan in place of activities they can do in order to raise their credibility, profile and visibility within their organisation and industry.
- Plenty of ideas for raising their visibility: virtually – without this being exclusively about social media.
- Permission to ‘blow your trumpet’ and tell people your successes and achievements
- Decide what is newsworthy and find the right channels to ensure others notice this
- How working hard is not enough to be noticed in a positive way
- How to build and utilise an invaluable network
Susan Heaton-Wright, Superstar Communicator
Susan Heaton-Wright is an impact, communications and speaking trainer for executives and the creator of the Superstar Communicator™ philosophy. She is an international speaker; the MD of award winning music company, Viva Live Music and a former prize winning international opera singer. She delivers seminars, webinars (which are independently CPD accredited), workshops and individual training for many companies including Astra Zeneca, Shell, Deloitte, RBS, AXA, Accenture, I.H.S. and Quintiles. She has delivered speeches and webinars for CII branches. She is regularly interviewed on BBC Radio Five Live; BBC2, local radios and international podcasts and has her own podcast "Superstar Communicator". Susan has contributed to articles in Forbes, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Thrive Global, The Scotsman and trade publications. Susan is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, The Royal Society of Arts and the Incorporated Society of Musicians, and is a CPD accredited speaker. She leads a project of musicians in Greece annually, to deliver music workshops to refugees in Athens as part of the ‘Love without Borders’ charity.
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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
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