Live Webinar: Personal Branding, Professional Success: Misconceptions, Myths and Three Tips for Leveling Up
Do you want to know how to create and leverage a strong personal brand to achieve more professional success? alumni UBC has invited alumna Katherine Lazaruk, BEd’95, one of Vancouver’s most sought-after professional presence experts, to offer you her top tips and tricks. In this informative and engaging Lunch n’ Learn webinar, we’ll talk about the science behind first impressions, and the things that might be holding you back from success.
Women make up approximately 50% of Canada’s labour force. Of the working women who do become mothers, 90% will take a maternity leave. However, 36% of new mothers feel that taking maternity leave negatively impacts their opportunity for promotions, career development and career progression.
This webinar is for anyone who employs, leads, manages, trains, coaches or otherwise supports mothers in the workplace, including adoptive, pregnant and parenting women.
Knowledge is power! Written employment agreements are primarily designed to limit the employer’s liability if it decides to end the relationship as well as minimize the impact of your departure on its business. This webinar is for anyone who is in an employment relationship or will be in the future. Understanding your rights in the workplace is not simply a good idea, it is essential. Even if you have already signed a contract, we will help you understand how you can negotiate a better one in the future (once you get that promotion or move on to the next employer).
Many people find themselves working too hard and making less money than they would like, getting passed over for promotion or working in a job they are bored with. Learn how you may be unconsciously doing things that slow your success and give your power away. Learn an effective approach to negotiating what you are worth.
We are excited for this encore presentation of the LinkedIn Guys to share their expertise, in partnership with alumniUBC, Faculty of Arts and Centre for Student Involvement & Careers.