Stop Settling! Build the Brand You Want with Dorothy Lazovik

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It is easy to be distracted by what everyone else is doing and how they are doing it. You may even begin to believe that they are better then you. Today is the day to stop the noise and take back control.

It is time to snap out of your trans and be more mindful. In a typical day you perform routine tasks and give very little thought to what you do.

You need to define what you want. You need to be clear on who you are. You need to focus your energy in the right places. You are accountable for you and your success! Join us in the conversation to learn how to be more strategic in leveraging everything you do.

We will discuss the six stumbling blocks that take leaders off track along with strategies you need to put into place to reduce the internal chatter and achieve the brand results you desire.

Dorothy Lazovik is a sought-after Personal Brand Strategist, Leadership Trainer, Executive Coach and Speaker who works with leaders to succeed on their terms by infusing their personal style into a leadership model that gets them noticed and leverages their difference to play bigger.

As one of eight children, she understands how stifling and ineffective it can be to live by a standardized approach when dealing with diverse personalities.  During her career as an executive in the US retail industry, she was fast-tracked in leadership roles by exceeding expectations and drawing on her natural strengths. Today it is her life experience and continuous education she uses to help leaders achieve success and contribute immeasurable value.

Her client list includes Express Scripts Canada, BBDO, Home Depot, Enbridge, Scotiabank, BMO Nesbitt Burns, Astral Media, Royal LePage, Schneider Electric, Leo Burnett, OACETT, Vision 7 International, Y&R and Rotman School of Business, University of Toronto to name a few.

 

 

 

 

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personal brand
leadership
personal development
authenticity
transformation
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