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We get a lot of feedback that many of our members want help with raising their profile and shouting about the success of their work. In this session we’ve invited Michael Costello who for many years has run his own Business Psychology consultancy, but it was when he started doing his own podcast that things shifted gear. His podcast has just been taken up and is now being distributed by Management today. It’s a great example of how his psychology credentials have given him a platform and helped him build his profile.
We also have Emma Burley from CJAM who is a Digital marketing expert with an MA in journalism, Emma employs proven strategy combined with data driven results to drive integrated online and offline campaigns. Her work at CJAM retains a strong membership retention and acquisition focus, combining her passion for communications and messaging with user journeys and analytics to maximise results. Highly creative and approachable, Emma strives to deliver excellence across all platforms for CJAM clients.
We invite you to come and bring your own questions and together we’ll seek to provide insight in these areas:
– How do you get started?
– What ideas do you have?
– What makes something PR worthy?
– What small steps can you take to raise your own profile?
– How much extra time and effort does this take outside of ‘your day job’
Michael works in the field of leadership and management development, occupational psychology and organisational development. He started ‘workplace evolution’ in 2013 and has clients such as KPMG, Liverpool FC, Nike, Santander, Fulham FC, the British Civil Service (e.g. GCHQ HMRC & DWP), Coventry University, Oxfam Global, the Red Cross, Fujitsu, HSBC, BT, Thames Water, Chubb Fire and Security and many more.
He is the Managing Director of Workplace Evolution since November 2013.
He set up the Workplace Evolution podcast which has since been picked up by Management Today: https://anchor.fm/jointheevolution (guests include David Coulthard, Vince Cable, Sir Chris Bonington, Wayne Hemingway, Helen Sharman, Sahar Hashemi and more).
Instructions are to:
- Register – only 25 spaces available!
- Bring your tea (or coffee) to your own table on Friday.
- Click on the link we send those who register.
- Bring your brain, your sense of humour and engage with your fellow members.