Events / Lunchtime Sessions: Good to Great – Personal Branding for 2021

Lunchtime Sessions: Good to Great – Personal Branding for 2021

February 9, 2021
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Lunchtime Sessions:
Good to Great – Personal Branding for 2021 and Beyond
Tuesday 9 February, 12:30 – 14:00 GMT


If you’ve been putting off focusing on your brand – personal or professional, you simply cannot any longer. We are in a new era of business which is transforming the way we live, interact and do business. In our ever-shifting reality, we all will need to use our online presence and digital tools to lead people, create content, sell, develop our careers and provide our value virtually. Developing a personal, human brand is indispensable to make the impact we want.


In this interactive event, transformational and branding specialist Kelly Millar demystifies personal branding, helps you to gauge where you’re at with your brand and gives you the tools to get it working for you effectively in this new business era.


Kelly is a renowned international transformation and branding specialist and the founder of KM Transformational Branding. She works with outstanding people and enterprises who want to live, be and create the extraordinary. She helps clients develop their greatest resources to create and express distinctive, impactful brands that stand out and get real business results. Kelly has worked with hundreds of people including entrepreneurs, leaders, influencers, celebrities and CEOs, given advice on TV, radio and also contributes regularly to international media syndicates as an authority in the branding and transformation spaces.


Your Host, Rahima Valji (MBA 03D), is a strategic growth and innovation advisor to CEOs and leadership teams, with more than 20 years’ experience on three continents. She focuses on helping corporates, scaleups and the public sector grow through corporate innovation, new product launches, digital transformation, scaling and international expansion and by building strategic partnerships and relationships.  Rahima speaks English, Italian, French, Spanish, Gujerati, Kaatchi and some basic Hindi. She spent a recent gap year eating and cooking her way around the world, ending up as a guest chef in an Italian restaurant in Mozambique cooking for CEOs, ambassadors and real Italians! All of them are still alive.