3rd talk: Personal brand building - by Ms. Hayley Law
(Series 1: Career Skills Development, HKUAA Connect with the Experts Programme)
Connect with the Experts Programme
Explore your personal growth journey and career trend with the experts
Series 1: Career Skills Development
3rd talk of the series:
Personal brand building
||10 Mar 2021 (Wed)
||7:30 - 8:15pm
||Webinar via Zoom
- Overview of job market in HK
- Brand building
a) Tips on LinkedIn profile - how to attract recruiters and employers on LinkedIn?
b) Tips on CV writing - how to get an interview?
||Cantonese supplemented with English
||HKUAA members (preferable to graduates in 2018-2020)
||Free (Registration is required)
About the speaker
Ms. Hayley Law
Hayley graduated from Bachelor of E&F in HKU and worked as a Management Associate in DBS. She is currently a seasoned recruiter working in Hong Kong with a background in Corporate Banking. Hayley is specialized in mid-senior level positions for financial services clients with a focus on front office and Finance & Accounting recruitment.
Please complete the online registration form. Registration deadline will be on 8 Mar at 23:59. A Zoom link of the live session will be informed by email.
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For enquiry, please contact Mr. Michael Chow at email@example.com or on 2522 6113.
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Terms and Notes
*Only HKUAA members are welcomed to join this event, preferable to graduates in 2018-2020.
*We will advise whether you get place(s) in due course.
*Participants will be requested to open video camera during the talk. Those who are not able to open camera in the talk will be put in waiting room.
*During the event, please follow all rules and instructions strictly made by HKUAA or the service provider. HKUAA will not liable for any damage, injury or death that may be caused.
*The remarks made by the guest speakers in the programme are merely personal opinions of the guest speakers and should not be taken as the views of HKUAA.
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