Your personal brand is core to expressing who you are to potential employers. Did you know that 70% of recruiters have rejected candidates based on information they found online? In this webinar, presented by RBC Ventures and Arrive, we explore the concept of personal branding, walk you through the process of creating a personal brand statement, and discuss the ways in which personal branding can be successfully used in professional networking to build trust and pave the way for career opportunities.
In Canada, having a personal brand is an important factor in your career. A strong personal brand can help you:
- Develop a reliable network
- Strengthen your resume and cover letter
- Ensure re-iteration of your brand messaging across your social channels
- And gain a competitive edge in the Canadian job market, and potentially even help you land a job offer!
Watch our webinar on personal branding to learn more today!
- Shikha Bhuchar, Co-Founder at Arrive
- Sonia Sidhu, Product Lead at RBC Ventures
Here are some helpful career resources to explore:
More on personal branding: Personal branding for a successful career in Canada
Resume and cover letter guidelines and templates:
- How to write a resume for the Canadian job market
- How to write a winning resume and get hired (webinar recording)
- How to write an effective cover letter
Tips to enhance and structure your LinkedIn profile: Five winning LinkedIn strategies for newcomers (webinar recording)
Learn why connections are important and discover the process of building your professional network to speed up your job search process:
- The culture of networking in Canada
- When networking, think like a marketer
- Network for more than just a job
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