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PMI Houston The Woodlands: "The Art of Professional Self-Promotion to Elevate your Brand and Career"

PMI Houston The Woodlands: "The Art of Professional Self-Promotion to Elevate your Brand and Career"

The Art of Professional Self-Promotion to Elevate your Brand and Career

 

JimBenvie HeadshotDanielle Tabachnick is an experienced Project Management Professional and licensed architect specializing in security and technology design solutions. Her experience includes planning and designing security and communication systems for large-scale new construction and renovation projects, focusing on client and team management. Danielle’s project experience includes higher education, healthcare, and several corporate campus projects. She utilizes her architectural background to focus on integrated security solutions, specifically implementing physical protection using Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) concepts. Danielle is also an experienced Revit designer. In addition, her knowledge of architecture, in tandem with her background in construction, makes her uniquely well suited to working on specialty systems such as security and telecommunications in complex projects to ensure on-time project delivery within budget. Danielle is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP) by the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International. Danielle received her Bachelor's in Architecture with a minor in Sustainable Environments & City and Regional Planning from the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly).

Topic Synopsis:

Whether you are looking for a new job or simply a better way to state your position, how you “sell” yourself in the professional market can be challenging. Danielle Tabachnick will discuss how to articulate your value for professional brand advancement with some simple tools to help you market yourself in the best way possible.

Learning Objectives:

1.  Develop a Clear Value Proposition: By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to articulate their unique value proposition, understanding how to concisely communicate their skills, experiences, and strengths to stand out in the professional market.
2.  Master the Art of Self-Promotion: Attendees will learn effective strategies and techniques to confidently promote themselves in a professional setting, whether they are seeking a new job or aiming to advance their current position.
3.  Utilize Practical Tools for Personal Branding: Participants will gain practical knowledge of simple tools and resources that can enhance their professional brand, enabling them to market themselves more effectively and make a lasting impression in the competitive job market.

PDU Triangle: 

Earn 1 Power Skills PDU

   

Event Information

Event Date 03-19-2024 5:30 pm
Event End Date 03-19-2024 7:30 pm
Cut Off Date 03-19-2024 7:00 pm
Capacity Unlimited
Registered 0
Individual Price $10 Members / $15 Guests
Location The Sam Houston State University Woodlands Center

Agendas

5:30 pm to 6:15 pm

Registration, Networking & Pizza

6:20 pm to 7:20 pm

Dinner Presentation

Speakers

Danielle Tabachnick, LEED AP, AIA, PMP, PSP.

Danielle Tabachnick is an experienced Project Management Professional and licensed architect specializing in security and technology design solutions. Her experience includes planning and designing security and communication systems for large-scale new construction and renovation projects, focusing on client and team management. Danielle’s project experience includes higher education, healthcare, and several corporate campus projects. She utilizes her architectural background to focus on integrated security solutions, specifically implementing physical protection using Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) concepts. Danielle is also an experienced Revit designer. In addition, her knowledge of architecture, in tandem with her background in construction, makes her uniquely well suited to working on specialty systems such as security and telecommunications in complex projects to ensure on-time project delivery within budget. Danielle is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP) by the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International. Danielle received her Bachelor's in Architecture with a minor in Sustainable Environments & City and Regional Planning from the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly).