Demystify your professional brand

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Event Overview

Oprah is one, the red dot of Target represents one and the experience at a W Hotel is one. These brands are successful because of how others perceive them.

How you are perceived and experienced by others speaks to the brand called you. “Perception is reality” and may be all that stands between you and that new job or career opportunity.

This workshop is designed for professionals or entrepreneurs that want to enhance their professional brand. Learn about how bring your resume to life and take your career to the next level. You will develop a deeper understanding of how to create a powerful first impression that communicates confidence, likeability and professionalism.

Coaches Amy and Kimberly have experience helping professionals navigate through career transition and change. Join them as they help you connect the dots by demystifying the brand.

PARKING: On Halsted St. (metered) or nearby garage (Maxwell Street Parking Structure, 701 West Maxwell Street)

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All ages welcome

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Amy Krymkowski
Amy is a certified coach has worked professionally in human resources for several Fortune 100 companies including Genentech, a division of Roche; Men's Wearhouse, Pillsbury Company and Rockwell Automation. Her expertise is focused in career and employee development, employee engagement, employee relations, compliance, performance management and team building. She received her coaching certification from New Ventures West and holds a BA from University of WI-Madison and a Master's from the University of WI-Milwaukee.

Kimberly Oglesby
Kimberly is a certified coach and has worked professionally in pharmaceutical sales for over twenty years. Her career led her to work for some of the country’s premier corporations like Johnson & Johnson, GE Healthcare, Bristol Myers Squibb and GlaxoSmithKlein. Kimberly has also worked for United Way and Dale Carnegie Training in various capacities in addition to healthcare sales. She received her coaching certification from Coach Training Alliance and holds a BA from Ohio University and a MSW from the University of Cincinnati.