25 Aug #askacoach LIVE! Naidu Gautama: Personal Branding & Me

30 August 2017, 8:15pm — 8:40pm

Personal Branding and Me

Given the current job market conditions, how does knowing your personal brand allow you to strategise your next career move as well as to help you stand out from a pool of fellow job seekers?

In the next coming session of #askacoach, our personal branding specialist and career coach, Naidu Gautama will be sharing why personal branding is so important for PMETs these days and how career coaches can help PMETs uncover their personal brand.

Join us for a Facebook Live session on 30 August 2017 @ 8.15pm (Singapore time). Leave a question in the comments section during the Live session to receive an immediate response to your coaching questions!

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Click on the Facebook icon (at the bottom of the live video above) during the scheduled time to have your questions answered by our expert coach for the week.

About the Coach/Speaker

Naidu Gautama’s articulate, passionate & interactive facilitation style comes from 18 years of side-business as a professional master-of-ceremony. He is regularly engaged by various event organisers to host numerous public and corporate seminars, product launches, fund raising auctions, and networking events both locally and regionally.

In recent years, the public speaker has now taken on another role as a career coach with the Centre for Career Excellence. Naidu combines his professional emceeing skills, leadership, branding, customer relationship experiences and his knowledge on self actualisation and business leadership to create a powerful coaching arsenal to help others unleash their potential.

He is especially attuned to helping PMETS and tertiary level participants find their personal brand where he designs, assesses and facilitates workshop programs revolving around career/life path finding, communication, leadership and people management skills.


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