April ATD Dinner Program: Stand Out by Building Your Personal Brand

  • 27 Apr 2016
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • University of Virginia, SCPS, Northern VA Center 7054 Haycock Rd, Room 214, Falls Church VA 22043
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Branding is not just for products anymore. Personal branding has become a MUST—not a maybe—if you want to progress in your career, build your business, add value to your company and stand out from your competition. Personal branding shows your uniqueness, your value, and your goals ... the difference that is YOU.

You will accomplish the following during this interactive workshop:

  • Understand your unique promise of value
  • Identify your personal attributes
  • Learn ways to “stand out” and be outstanding!
  • Walk away with an action plan to help you move forward
A professional headshot is a must have for your personal brand. From 5:30 to 6:30, we will have a photographer available to take complimentary head shots that you may use to build your brand.  

Pamela Marshall Annitto
Career Development Coach | Training Facilitator | Human Capital and Organization Development Strategist

Pamela Marshall Annitto (“Pam”) is an experienced learning and human capital strategist with over 20 years of experience in developing leaders and staff in the corporate, association/not-for-profit, academic, and government/military sectors. As both a career coach and a trainer, Pam has worked with diverse clients and international groups.

The focus of Pam’s consulting practice—Kado Strategies, LLC—is on individual and group coaching, career development, training facilitation and customization. Her career development experience includes the growth of leaders and staff within organizations including Booz Allen Hamilton, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at The Johns Hopkins University, the US Army Reserve, and the Maryland Army National Guard. Pam served on the Board of Directors of the Metro DC Association for Talent Development (ATD) Chapter as Director of Member Engagement and as Director of Career Services. She currently leads the Chapter’s Career Development Community of Practice.

Pam holds a master’s degree in business with a focus on human resource development from University of Maryland University College, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is a professional Co-Active Coach (trained by the Coaches Training Institute, or CTI), and is certified at the Gold-level in the Kirkpatrick Four Levels of Training Evaluation. She is also a certified Human Capital Strategist, and certified Langevin Training Manager.

Marshall Brown
Intuitive, Connector, Outgoing, Sincere, Honest, and Results Oriented

Marshall Brown is a career and executive leadership coach known for his passion for growth, and laser like focus on results. He is the founder and CEO of Marshall Brown & Associates, one of the leading international coaching and leadership development companies today.

Marshall believes that everyone has the capacity to succeed; through his intuitive and unique coaching techniques, he enables people to take hold of their inner power and unleash the champion within them. As a result, he has helped countless individuals, teams, and organizations hone their skills, thus reaching 100% optimum performance. Everything he does is results-driven and success-oriented.

Accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF), and trained by the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), he is undoubtedly one of the most respected coaches today. As a leader in the field, his work has been making waves across the world. He facilitates learning and development programs through the endorsement of USAID (United States Agency for International Development) to various groups in Africa, Asia, and Central and South America.

As a way to give back to his community, Marshall served as board President of the DC Chapters of both the International Coach Federation and the Association of Career Professionals International. He is an active member and volunteer leader for the American Society of Association Executives and the Association for Talent Development.

Marshall’s professional experience is diverse, ranging from sales and marketing positions in Fortune 500 companies to association management. He has worked with individuals and teams in in both for-profit and non-profit settings including associations, government, technology and health care.

Dinner will be served.

The UVA campus is 4/10 of a mile from the West Falls Church metro station.

Special Accommodations

If you have dietary or accessibility restrictions, please email admin@dcatd.org early so that we can make every effort to accommodate your needs.

Cancellation Policy

Metro DC ATD will refund your registration fee when cancelled by the end of the "Early Bird" registration window. Cancellations after this time will not be refunded.

 

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