The secrets of Personal Branding and Skill Management - for Managers, Experts, Artists, DJs and many other job profiles
|Course offered by:||Prof. Dr. Christian Zich, Prof. Dr. Rafaela Kraus|
|Offering University:||TH Deggendorf|
|Subject Area:||Key Skills||Free of Charge|
|Average Workload:||25 Hours||Free of Charge||Enrol|
What can you learn in this course?
- You will gain an insight into the recruiting process of companies.
- You will learn how to use your personality as the basis for a marketing strategy on your own behalf.
- You will know how many different skills are required to successfully do a job.
- You will be inspired to think about your own skills, to recognize possible weaknesses, and to prepare yourself for a specific job profile.
- You will learn how to optimally present your personality and skills in the form of a personal brand.
- You will learn how to develop an exciting communication strategy without a budget.
- You will learn how to produce content that will interest future employers while remaining authentic, credible, and honest.
I. Course Overview and Introduction
II. Brand and Branding – Definitions, Fundamentals
III. Recruiting Process
IV. Personality and Motives
V. Skills: Introduction and Definitions
VI. Skills Part 1: Expert Knowledge and Business Expertise
VII. Skills Part 2: Intrapersonal Skills
VIII. Skills Part 3: Interpersonal Skills
IX. Developing the Personal Brand Design Guideline
Course offered by
Prof. Dr. Christian Zich, Technische Hochschule Deggendorf
Professor Dr. Christian Zich studied business administration at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and received his doctorate from Kassel University from 1990 to 1995. From 1989 to 1999 he was employed at Siemens AG in various specialist and management positions in process management, marketing, and sales.
Since 1999 he has held a professorship for International Marketing and Sales Management at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology. His research and consulting focus lies in the areas of digital marketing, advertising, and sales competence.
In 2013 he revived an old hobby, DJing. Since this year he has been playing in clubs and festivals. His favourite music styles are house and techno.
Prof. Dr. Rafaela Kraus, Universität der Bundeswehr München
Professor Dr. Rafaela Kraus studied business administration at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and received her doctorate also at LMU from 1994 to 1998. From 1998 to 2007 she was working as a consultant in the field of human resources management for international and local companies and non-profit organizations.
Since 2007 she has held a professorship for Human Resources Management at the University of the Bundeswehr (UniBw M). Since 2019 she is vice president of Entrepreneurship and Applied Sciences of the UniBw M . Her research and consulting focus lies in the areas of human resources management, recruiting, employer branding, and digital transformation.
Plain and simple, everyone.
As already mentioned at the beginning, if you do not want to become an artist of life, you have to apply for a job or decide to become self-employed at some point. In both cases you should be able to present yourself in an optimal way.
In the Internet age there are so many possibilities to build up a great appearance with a website ONE pager - completely without programming knowledge - and to connect this with the right social networks so that you present yourself optimally to your target group (employers or customers).
The only drawback is that we do not supply cooking recipes because every person has their own individual personality. You have to be willing to think critically about yourself and your own skills, then this course will be very rewarding to you.
Confirmation of participation
Participants can download an automatically generated certificate of participation (PDF) after they have successfully completed the course.