27-06-2019 - ICF Chapter Meeting Suisse Romande
BUILDING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND THROUGH LINKEDIN
Speaker: Juliette Jain
People will Google you before they meet you!
Did you know that when someone Googles you, your LinkedIn page is one of the first pages to appear in the search results?
LinkedIn is NOT just your online CV. It is a platform on which you can:
- Connect and interact with professionals from all over the world
- Share your expertise and point of view
- Build your Personal Brand
- Participate in group discussions in your area of expertise
The aim of this workshop is to give you a flavor of it and to go deeper into:
- Why to use LinkedIn
- How to differentiate yourself on LinkedIn
- The most important functionalities on LinkedIn (Content, Contacts, Career)
- What is your online reputation
ICF Core Competencies
- Establishing trust and intimacy
- Creating Awareness
- Designing actions
About the speaker
Juliette Jain is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from ICF. She holds a Master of Advanced Studies in Human Resources & Career Management and a Master of Arts in Social Sciences. She founded JAIN - Personal Branding & Development in order to get people to the next level of their career through actions that develop and enhance their Personal Brand. She also provides HR and Leadership consulting services to companies. Her corporate experience includes 14 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers, mainly in HR Leadership, business processes and project management. She also served at the World Economic Forum for several years, as well as in the Hotel Industry and Business Aviation for VIP clients.
Participants with ICF Certification, will receive 2.0 CCEUs.
18h30 – registration and networking
19h – interactive workshop
21h – Apero and networking
CHF 10 - membres ICF Swiss
CHF 20 - membres ICF global
CHF 40 - non-membres
Organized by ICF Suisse Romande
Votre équipe de bénévoles du chapitre de Suisse Romande:
Veronica De la Fuente
This meeting will take place in MORGES, at the Armée du Salut !
Rue Centrale 23 - 1110 Morges
in a central pedestrian zone, 2 minutes walking distance from the CFF train station.