Date(s) - 26/06/2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
UNSW Bookshop - UNSW, Sydney
To Find Out More and Book a Spot Please CLICK HERE via UNSW Bookshop Event Link
“Never give up on anyone!” is Maggie Eyre’s motto and UNSW are incredibly excited to announce that she will be giving a free public talk at UNSW Bookshop on how to build your brand and confidence by simply being you!
Maggie Eyre is an internationally recognised expert in personal presence and leadership motivation, with over 30 years’ experience in business, public relations and performance. She has trained many senior business executives, public figures and academics to harness their maximum potential and shine with authentic voice and action, and her career is focused on showing clients how to think and act as a personal brand. Her previous book, Speak Easy: The Essential Guide to Speaking in Public is sold around the world. As someone who personally knows the fear of public speaking, the dread of having to network with new people and how overwhelming it can be to define your own personal brand, Maggie’s debut visit to UNSW Bookshop is free for all and one not to be missed.
About the book:
Being You teaches you everything you need to know about personal branding. A personal brand tells the world about who you are as a human being personally and professionally. It’s about authenticity and is derived exclusively from your mind, your heart, your values, your passions, and what you believe to be true at the core of your personal and professional self. That’s why it’s unique – because it begins with and is created from you.
Whether you are the leader of an organisation or team, engaged in creative work, in transition and changing your job, searching for a new career, going for a job interview, giving an important speech or presentation, wanting to network more effectively, or lobbying for a public position, this book will provide you with the toolkit to develop a confident personal brand.
Being You shows you how to communicate your business and increase your brand awareness, both face to face and on digital platforms, including a comprehensive social media strategy. It provides practical tips to reach your target audience and land your message, while sharing the secrets of some of the world’s biggest personal brands – from Oprah Winfrey to Roger Federer – on how they grew their audiences and achieved success. It’s practical, authoritative, inspirational and illustrated with stories and case studies based on Maggie’s own international work and experience.
Getting to UNSW Bookshop;
All day casual parking is generally available on the top floors of the multistory carparks located via Gate 14 Barker Street and Gate 11 Botany Street Kensington.
2P and 4P short-term meter parking is also available via Gate 2, Gate 5 and Gate 8 High St and via Gate 14 Barker St Kensington.
Parking is free between 7:30PM and 7.30AM Monday to Friday, weekends and Public Holidays. Vehicles must park in a marked bay during these hours.
Buses run frequently to and from UNSW. For the Inner West the 370 or 348 will get you to and from UNSW. Stand C on Eddy Avenue outside Central Train Station frequently run buses to UNSW as do buses on Oxford Street, Sydney.
If you are coming via taxi or Uber, the best drop off option is at Gate 2, High Street Kensington.
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