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Career Transition & Your Personal Brand

  • 13 Jul 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting Link (Link will be provided upon registration)
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Personal “re-branding” is necessary any time one changes professional roles. The concept of personal branding is fairly straightforward: it is a strategic activity by which a reputation is built. Visuals, verbiage and details such as font and color choice can positively (and negatively) affect public perception of a brand and its value.

Have you recently changed roles?  Are your personal branding efforts consistent with your new role?  LinkedIn is a well-known platform in which you can show the world who you are as a professional, the value you offer, and the skills and experience you bring to the table.  In this session, I will discuss how to update your LinkedIn profile with particular emphasis on those transitioning from the field of education into instruction design.

After attending this session, you'll be able to...

  • Ensure that your LinkedIn profile is consistent with your brand’s characteristics and story
  • Utilize keywords consistent with your new branding efforts
  • Increase the visibility of your brand on LinkedIn
Note: Web recordings of ATD Greater Atlanta events are a members-only benefit.


Name: Julie Chahboune

Title: Executive Career Coach/Instructional Designer

Bio: Julie Chahboune is an instructor, designer, writer and career coach. Since 2002, she has been providing career counseling in a variety of settings from university career centers to non-profits. Eight years ago, she discovered a passion for college-level teaching which led to a graduate certification in Instruction Design and Technology. She is now utilizing her years of classroom and coaching experience to create instruction on a variety of career-related topics such as branding, networking and upskilling.

Recent projects include the development of onboarding materials, a strategic networking workshop, and e-learning courses on job searching for international students and strategic networking. In addition to the Association for Talent Development, she is also a member of the Southern Foodways Association and hopes one day to share her passion for Southern food history and culture by educating others on the origins and history of the foods most commonly enjoyed in the South.




  • Webinar Opens: 5:45 PM (Networking, social, etc.)
  • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
  • Program Ends - 7:00 PM

**Note: For members of other ATD Chapters, please reach out to our admin with your chapter code for the discount code to this event.

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