CFALA Happy Hour Chat Series - June 22, 2011
The CFALA Career Development Committee would like to invite you to attend our next Happy Hour chat, focusing on Branding yourself in the Finance Industry to better position yourself and sell yourself throughout your career. We often hear that when it comes to career advancement, it’s a matter of “selling ourselves.” But what exactly are you selling—and why should we buy? Learn the difference between selling and positioning—and how focusing your message can help you better market yourself both within the office and to current and future clients.
The Happy Hour chat events are good for networking and refining your skill set to help you reach the next level in your Career. Each Happy Hour chat features a short presentation to discuss the topic of the event and a mingling session for you to socialize with your peers and the presenters. Appetizers will be provided along with one drink per attendee.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Career Check-In: Selling vs. Positioning
About the speaker: Larry Braman, President, Global Career Consulting & Placement (http://GlobalCareerCP.com)
Larry Braman draws from his extensive experience in business and as a professional writer and actor to enable his clients to rise above their competition by powerfully presenting and marketing themselves--in person and in writing. His expertise includes both professional development and strategic job search. With a reputation as a highly engaging trainer and facilitator, Larry has also helped a range of businesses and non-profit organizations improve individual and bottom-line performance.
CFALA Members: Free (place cursor on amount for link)
Non-members: $15 (place cursor on amount for link)
Time and Date: 5pm - 7pm, Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Location: X bar
Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
2025 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067
X Bar parking: For X bar patrons and guests = $8 Valet for 4 hours, with X bar Validation. No validation/discount offered for Self Parking. Please note: Valet parking is limited and availability varies based on hotel occupancy. Service is first come, first serve.