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WCMSoar Session 2: Evolving Your Brand As A Leader

Thursday, January 12th 2023
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Virtual Program, ON

Personal branding is a powerful way to distinguish yourself as a leader, but it is so much more than a brief elevator pitch or what you share on social media. When done right, it can help you align your purpose and strengths with how you show up as a leader everyday and shape the reputation you build for yourself. In this workshop, we will explore how to define and articulate your unique value proposition (your brand), increase your visibility and influence and elevate your leadership in a way that moves you towards your goals. No more waiting for that next promotion or opportunity to come your way. You will learn how to drive your career success and fulfillment.

This session is for participants of WCM Soar Program only.

Jacqueline Foley


Jacqueline Foley is an Executive Brand Coach and Career Advisor on a mission to empower women executives and high achievers to activate their authentic leadership style, increase their influence and accelerate their growth and fulfillment. She draws on 25+ years of experience as a C-level leader and brand specialist for top Canadian companies, including a decade at a global executive search firm, focused on executive recruitment and selection, and leadership assessment and development. An experienced facilitator and presenter, Jacqueline has developed leadership programs across North America and Europe, in partnership with McKinsey, HBR Analytics, The Institute for Corporate Directors, Rotman School of Management and Women Get On Board. Most recently, she launched a new Career Empowerment Program with Western University’s Women of Ivey Network. Jacqueline is also an Executive Career Advisor for BlueSteps, a global career transition service that has supported 120,000+ executives with career planning, executive branding and job search strategy.

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