Develop Your Personal Brand

I have had great opportunities over the past seven years since starting in the AEC industry. It hasn’t been an easy ride. I spent an enormous amount of time and energy researching the industry, proposal development and sales writing; developing systems that work for me and my styles; and finding my courage and confidence to get where I am today. I went from a new marketing coordinator to a Regional Marketing Manager responsible for managing a nearly $20 million sales goal and marketing team across four offices in five years. I doubled my salary in those five years, DURING the great recession.

I believe that these opportunities were not just handed to me, but I created them myself. By consistently following some inherit traits and outside advice, I crafted my personal brand and high quality work products that spoke for themselves.

You can be a successful marketer that you are capable of and achieve your greatness faster than I did. Below is just the beginning of the resources I am developing for you.

 

Create a Resume to Make Your Next Big Move

Do you feel like you have been stuck in your current position? Have you been working as a marketing intern, assistant or coordinator for a year or two or even three and don’t see any change in the recent future? You know that you have excelled at your position and supervisors are happy with your performance, but you don’t see when that next big move is going to happen. Read more here.

 

Is your LinkedIn Profile Selling You Short?

If you consider yourself a social media Queen or even a novice, it is vital foryour career to have a completed LinkedIn profile. The long and short of it, is that recruiters at firms and recruiting firms are using LinkedIn religiously to find candidates. In fact, according to the 2012 Bullhorn Reach and Social Recruiting Activity Report98% of the 35,000 recruiters interviewed use LinkedIn and 48% of those use LinkedIn exclusively. If your profile isn’t complete with searchable key words and your amazing accomplishments, then you are literally hiding from new career opportunities. Read more here.

 

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