Next Step events are designed to support the development of up-and-coming marketing, communications and business development professionals. The program of events has been specifically created to help expand skill sets, build professional networks and provide inspiration for career success.
The program is a series of five separate events run over a 12-month period (each interactive event runs for approximately 1 hour).
We are excited to invite you to our first event of 2018 and share what we have in store for the next 12 months.
We look forward to seeing you at our first Next Step event in September, more details below!Next Step session 1 - Pathways to progressing your career
Have you stopped to think about how you are progressing your career?
It’s important to take the time to identify your pathway and career goals right from the start of your career – whether in a holistic or prescriptive way. What’s also important is to make sure you are planning with intel, research and an understanding of what is happening in the market BUT it takes time to amass this level of information.
Luckily, Seldon Rosser has done the work for you. They have built success in marketing, communications and BD recruitment for professional services firms across the Asia Pacific Region and will be sharing their insights to Coordinators/Executives/Advisors to ensure that you get the right advice in this pivotal phase of setting the building blocks of your career.
Your speakers, Katie Rosser and Nanik Dershaye, will give you an overview of trends in the market, what’s happening in the changing marketing landscape, share what high performance looks like (from the prospect of leaders in the market) and the skills BD & Marketing teams value.
Katie & Nanik’s presentation will include:
- Skills and experience in demand – present and future
- Trends in role types
- Specialise v generalist
- Moving between sectors
- Changes coming into the industry
- Addressing FAQs from Coordinator/Executive professionals about their careers
- How to find a good mentor
- What does high performance look like
- Career case studies
||Katie Rosser | Director, Seldon Rosser
Though Katie trained as a Lawyer in the UK, when she moved to Australia in 2006 she realised she wanted to put her people skills to good use and has been integral in the Seldon Rosser business and the industry ever since. Katie enjoys supporting people through the life changes a career move can bring, with an open, honest, empathetic and supportive approach.
||Nanik Dershaye | Consultant, Seldon Rosser
Since joining Seldon Rosser in 2012, Nanik has built strong relationships with candidates and clients and is a Consultant focused on connecting quality candidates to the best opportunities. With a background in Marketing, Nanik focused on supporting those from Coordinator – Advisor level in building their careers across the Asia-Pacific and globally.
||Friday, 14 September 2018
||7:30 am for 8:00 am - 9:00 am
A light breakfast will be served. Please advise dietary requirements during registration.
||King & Wood Mallesons, Level 50, Bourke Place, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne
||ICON Members: $70 AUD (inc GST)
Non-Members: $90 AUD (inc GST)
Upcoming sessions in 2018:
Thursday 25 October – Next Step session 2: Pitch writing workshop – Writing a persuasive pitch
Wednesday 28 November – Next Step session 3: Panel – adapting to high pressure environment, dealing with difficult partners and stakeholder management.
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