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Writing to Reflect Your Personal Brand
November 10, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
What is your writing saying about you? Your writing speaks for you when you’re not in the room.
It’s time to understand what a personal brand is and dispel the myth that you don’t have one or don’t need one.
Your writing—even if you don’t consider yourself “a writer”—is a critical part of your personal brand.
Are you ready to become more aware of your audience and how they perceive you?
Do you struggle with…
- Thinking you don’t have a personal brand or don’t need one?
- Not understanding what a personal brand is or don’t understand what writing has to do with it?
- Getting mixed feedback on your writing but aren’t sure why or what to do differently?
- Feeling unsure how to express yourself with confidence or clarity?
This workshop is for you if …
- you know what a personal brand is, why it matters, and what it has to do with your writing.
- you want to know how to take stock of your personal brand.
- you are looking for a plan for defining or changing your personal brand
- you want to get clear on your goals for your personal brand.
Even if you don’t consider yourself “a writer,” your writing is a critical part of your personal brand
“Grace’s workshop was thoughtful, instructive, and will make an immediate positive impact on our writing.” —Meredith Wade | Management Consultant | The Hope for Henry Foundation
It’s time to…
- Create a plan and share what you want to accomplish with a stronger personal brand.
- Re-visit all of the places your writing lives online.
- Frankly assess what your writing is saying about you, based on feedback you’ve received and your own impressions of others through their writing.
- Make an action plan for auditing and improving your personal brand.
Join us for this workshop and learn what your writing is saying about you!
“By breaking down the sometimes daunting concept of a ‘personal brand’ into manageable pieces, Grace helped alumni to hone their writing and gave the audience tools they could use to shape their writing style immediately after the webinar.”—Sarah Adler Smith, Senior Associate Director, Alumni Career Services, Georgetown University
Networking. 10 minutes
Workshop. 30+ minutes
Group Q+A Session. 10+ minutes
Meet Your Workshop Leader!
Grace Aldridge Foster, co-founder of Bold Type, has been training writers for over a decade at organizations including the U.S. Special Operations Command, Capital One, Biogen, the Aspen Institute, the National Parks Service, and many more. Grace is also a member of the Center for Plain Language and serves as a judge for the annual Federal Report Card and ClearMark Awards, scoring Federal agencies and other organizations on their ability to communicate clearly to their online audiences. She has a master’s degree in English from Georgetown University and she teaches professional writing at Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies and McDonough School of Business. Her own writing has appeared in Forbes, Smithsonian Insider, the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies (JCMS) and more.
Connect with Grace! Follow her on Instagram at bold__type!
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