Media Parents

Media Parents New Year Coaching Session

December 31, 2011 @ 2:40 pm Posted in News Comments

Media Parents is really lucky to have a great session on Marketing Yourself coming up on January 17th.  It’s run by Reuben Milne from Spark Creativity who has recently run this course at Channel 4.   Here’s a taster of what to expect from the session… and Reuben’s biog.

Reuben Milne from Spark Creativity will be teaching Media Parents how to market themselves on January 17th.

Reuben’s company – Spark Creativity – provides PR consultancy and creative support to marketing agencies and blue chip organisations across the UK.

Alongside this, Reuben also operates as an accredited Mind Gym coach, delivering hundreds of training sessions every year to companies throughout the UK and Europe. 

He also delivers his own creativity, presentation skills and personal branding coaching for media organisations such as Channel 4, TRC Media and UKTV.

 Over the last couple of years, Reuben has started to explore how the techniques involved in brand communications can be applied to individuals to achieve the same results – raising awareness and creating a more compelling case to ‘buy’.

The session:

The session will offer you the opportunity to reflect on how you are perceived and how well you are currently managing and influencing that perception.  By the end of our time together, you will have: 
· Gained an understanding of what you need to know about yourself in order to maximise your impact 
· Explored how to make the most of the opportunities to promote yourself 
· Experimented with content, delivery and structure to ensure that you create an authentic, memorable and lasting impression in front of others 

If you’d like to come along to this session please email events@mediaparents.co.uk for more details. 

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by Amy Walker

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