Learn digital marketing techniques to build your career brand in new webinar series
CERIC is partnering with the US-based National Career Development Association (NCDA) to offer a 3-part webinar series – Building a Digital Brand: How to Apply Digital Marketing Techniques to Your Personal Brand and Boost Credibility in Your Career with Ryan Rhoten starting November 21, 2018.
Today, potential clients and hiring managers carry your reputation with them in their back pockets. In our ever-increasing digital world, your online presence leaves a perception of who you are and how you add value. If not managed, your online profile can quite literally, cost you opportunities.
During this webinar series, you will learn how to craft your digital brand by building a brand message that resonates, focusing your message online, and finally, connecting with your audience the right way.
- Webinar #1: Build Your Brand Message Wednesday, November 21, 2018 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
- Webinar #2: Focus Your Message Online Wednesday, November 28, 2018 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
- Webinar #3: Connect with Your Audience Wednesday, December 5, 2018 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
Ryan Rhoten is the author of the book CareerKred, Four Simple Steps to Build Your Digital Brand and Boost Credibility in Your Career. He also hosts the popular podcasts, The BRAND New You Show and CareerTech where he explores how to leverage technology to build a Kredible Brand ™ that brings opportunities to you. Rhoten’s standing room-only session at the 2018 NCDA National Career Development Conference was one of the top-rated on the program.
The cost for the full series is $159. A discount is available for NCDA members.
CERIC partners with associations and organizations across Canada and beyond to present webinars that offer timely, convenient and affordable professional development. Previously, CERIC has worked with the New Brunswick Career Development Association, Career Development Association of Alberta, Ontario Association for Career Management, BC Career Development Association, Canadian Association of Career Educators & Employers, and Nova Scotia Career Development Association.