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When branding meets digital technology

IE, together with Thinkers 50, invite you to join an exciting master class in Copenhagen. Join us on September 3rd from 16:00 until 19:00 at Ledernes Kompetencecenter t

AIMED AT Master Degrees
EVENT TYPE Conferences & Master classes
DATE 3rd September 2018
TIME 16:00 - 19:00 Local time
LANGUAGE English
EVENT FORMAT Face to face
When branding meets digital technology

IE, together with Thinkers 50, invite you to join an exciting master class in Copenhagen.

Join us on September 3rd from 16:00 until 19:00 at Ledernes Kompetencecenter to hear from Amber Wigmore and Milo Jones on how personal branding and body language can help you in your career and how digital technology affects political and economic stability across the globe.
Dr. Amber Wigmore Álvarez, Executive Director of Talent&Careers at IE, leveraging top talent in connection with the world's most innovative organizations, will, among other things, teach you how to put together a perfect elevator pitch that strengthens your network and profile.

Dr. Milo Jones, visiting professor at IE Business School, is a former marine soldier and expert in how digital technology affects governments and decision makers around the world. The scandal surrounding Cambridge Analytica, which resulted in Mark Zuckerberg having to explain to the US Congress, is a good example, but there are lots of others, and Milo Jones will explain how digital technology today is essential for the way the political system acts on.

After the master class, there will be a networking cocktail.

Agenda:

16:00 Registration

16:30 Welcome

16:45 “Changes in the political paradigm” Milo Jones, professor at IE Business School

17:25 Q&A

17:30 “Pitch perfect: Personal branding, body language and executive presence”, Amber Wigmore Alvarez, Executive Director of Talent&Careers at IE Business School

18:10 Q&A

18:15 Networking cocktail

Our speakers

Strategy | Intelligence Analysis | Geopolitics | Investing

IE professor since 2008. Worked for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter in New York, for Accenture in London and served in the United States Marine Corps. In addition to his PhD from Kent, he holds an MA with Distinction in International Relations, an MBA from London Business School, and a BA from Northwestern University

 

Executive Director of Talent & Careers at IE

Executive Director of Talent & Careers at IE, where she manages a team of more than 36 talent professionals who deliver services to 5,000 students and 60,000 alumni globally, increasing satisfaction on behalf of students, alumni and more than 4,000 corporate partners and organizations.