Authentic Personal Branding for Women
with Sonya L. Sigler, Attorney at Law, CEO & Entrepreneur Coach
On Monday, October 8, 2018, at 6:30pm, Turner Public Library will host Authentic Personal Branding for Women: Be Known for Who You Are, with Silicon Valley Executive and Entrepreneur Coach Sonya L. Sigler, Esq.
For many women, speaking about themselves can be a difficult task. However, the need for women to confidently advocate on their own behalves has never been more vital to their personal and professional lives. Focusing on ways in which women can communicate who they are, what they’ve achieved, and what their goals are with confidence and clarity, Ms. Sigler will offer her expertise on empowered communication strategies for women. During this highly interactive workshop, she will teach transformative tools to build confidence when speaking about your accomplishments in job interviews, at conferences and meetings, and in everyday situations. Participants will create authentic, powerful, and memorable personal branding statements that articulate personal values, communicate accomplishments, target specific audiences, and invite further conversation.
Ms. Sigler earned her BA from the University of California and her Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law. With over twenty-five years of in-house and corporate legal experience for some of the best-known global technology firms, she is an operations executive who consults with start-ups and other companies seeking to grow quickly or reinvent themselves, focusing on strategic planning and the implementation of solutions to difficult and seemingly intractable problems. As part of her consultation practice, she is an executive leadership and business coach for women CEOs and senior executives, even high school students readying themselves for promising futures. Ms. Sigler is a frequent writer and speaker on legal related topics like artificial intelligence and data analytics. She has spent a considerable amount of time teaching statistics and linguistics to lawyers. She also speaks and trains others on business and career planning, rainmaking, grant writing, fundraising, and advocacy. She is a staunch supporter and advocate for women, and girls, in technology and has founded or been on the board of a women’s group since she began her career.
This free workshop is open to women ages 16 and up. Please contact Turner Public Library at 207-225-2030 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Monday, October 8, 2018
Turner Public Library