Sun, 11 June
1.30pm to 5.30pm
Vimalakirti Buddhist Centre
20 Lor 27A Geylang
For poly students, undergrads, and recent graduates making career choices or transitions.
How will people know you? And your aspirations, values and personal vision? The first step towards career success is to build your Personal Brand with “VITAL” – Vision, Interests, Talents, Aspirations & Actions & Life.
In this hands-on workshop, you will:
– Increase self-awareness to identify your career anchor
– Identify suitable career choices that align with your VITAL Personal Brand
– Plan for your career and implement your action plans
– Make wise career decisions during career crossroad
– Craft your authentic and personalised Personal Brand
Early Bird Registration (by 30 May): $10
Limited to 40 participants
Enquiries: [email protected]
Trainer Ms Jasmine Liew has been in Human Resource for more than 15 years, specializing Organisation Development, Change Management, Employee Engagement, Training, Process Facilitation and Performance Coaching. Her span of regional HR and training experience encompasses the Singapore Civil Service, MNCs and the Private Sector. Jasmine is an Adjunct Faculty of SIM University (UniSIM), Adjunct Trainer in The Singapore Civil Service College and the first person in Asia as the Global Premiere Partner for “The Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace”. She is a certified Action Learning Coach, Emotional Intelligence Trainer, and Profiler in DISC and Workplace Big Five. Currently, she is working towards her Associate Certified Coach status under the International Coach Federation.
Jasmine has designed and conducted training for more than 3,000 regional participants including C-Suite and Department Heads in Leadership, Management and Soft Skills Training. She is sought after for her expertise in HR, organisation culture, leadership and management. Jasmine was recently interviewed by Radio 938 and published articles in The Straits Times and The New Paper.
BYN is grateful to Venue Sponsor Vimalakirti Buddhist Centre and Ms Jasmine Liew’s pro-bono service (all proceeds donated to BYN).