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event-icon Personal Excellence Programme

Strategies to advance your career

event date February 07, 2024 event timing 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Virtual Members: FREE Non-Members: £10

Event overview

Join Ellen Keithline Byrne, PhD, in a career-enhancing workshop. Explore key factors for success, utilise HNS Champion Your Career assessment, and build immediate-action strategies for career advancement, focusing on vision, self-assessment, relationship-building, and performance evaluation.



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About this event

There are many factors that contribute to a successful career. Using HNS Champion Your Career assessment, you will have the opportunity to gain greater awareness of key elements that strategically advance one’s career. You will identify areas that need greater attention and then build strategies for success that can be put into immediate action.

user-icon Key Takeaways

  • Career Vision - what you want and how to get there.

  • Assess - what you do well and where you need to further develop.

  • Relationships - how well you foster relationships and gain strategies to expand your network.

  • Performance – evaluate the current impact of your contributions.

Our speaker

Ellen Keithline Byrne, PhD

Ellen Keithline Byrne, PhD, Co-Founder of Her New Standard: The Playbook for Women Leaders, is an executive coach, social scientist and leader who develops people to be mindful, courageous and innovative so they can thrive in their roles. She believes with guidance, individuals and teams become more aware of how their thoughts, feelings and behaviours influence their outcomes. Ellen holds a doctorate in Organisational Development and Change and has over 20 years of experience working both on a global learning and development team, and as a consultant servicing Fortune 500 companies like JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Walmart and Microsoft, smaller firms, and non-profits including Save the Children. Ellen is a contributing author to Harvard Business Review, Forbes and

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