Personal Branding Summit

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Oct 05

Mark your calendars for November 8th — that’s when there will be the 2007 Global Telesummit of “A Brand You World,” celebrating the tenth anniversary of “The Brand Called You” in Fast Company by Tom Peters.

That article started a brand new (or, more specifically, a Brand You) movement that focused on how you can build a personal brand that will help focus your work and differentiate you from others.

This summit is available as a teleconference. Based upon the site information so far, there will be three tracks that you can attend — for up to 12-hours:

Career Management Success
The content of this stream will be relevant for career professionals who want to apply personal branding strategies to support their career success. This content stream will also be relevant for professionals in the field of career coaching, resume writing and career counseling. There will be nine sessions with expert speakers and three discussion panels.

Talent Management
The content of this stream will be relevant for HR professionals and business leaders who want to discover how to attract, develop and retain talent through the application of personal branding strategies. There will be five sessions with expert speakers and one discussion panel.

Entrepreneurship
This content stream will be applicable for business owners and solopreneurs who want to apply personal branding strategies to grow their business. There will be five sessions with expert speakers and one discussion panel.

More information at the Personal Branding Summit web site. And a hat tip to Dan Schawbel for writing about the event in “The origins of Personal Branding: 10th Anniversary Timeline.”

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About the Author

Scot Herrick is the author of “I’ve Landed My Dream Job–Now What???” and owner of Cube Rules, LLC. Scot has a long history of management and individual contribution in multiple Fortune 100 corporations.