Personal Branding & Executive Presence

NEW! Personal Branding and Executive Presence Workshop

Authentic. Powerful. Inspirational! These are words used by past attendees of IZL sessions.    

Join Inspiration Zone for our signature Personal Branding and Executive Presence Workshop 

When it comes to advancing your career or your business, doing a good job and mastering one’s craft are not enough. You need a plan that helps to highlight your value and your contribution. Your personal brand and your executive presence has tremendous impact on how you are perceived by others. In this interactive, half-day workshop we will explore these topics and you will develop your own action plan.

Who Should Attend?

IZL’s Personal Branding and Executive Presence Workshop is designed for professionals seeking to increase their influence and organizational effectiveness. Sample participant roles include:

  • Individual contributors
  • Mid-career professionals
  • Human Resource professionals
  • Sales and Marketing professional
  • Professionals who lead cross-functional teams
  • Employee Resource Groups (ERG)
  • Established small business owners and leaders

Expected Outcomes

  • Examine specific ways to enhance your personal brand
  • Understand drivers of perceptions for your executive presence
  • Share best practices for effectively managing personal and organizational brands
  • Create your personal action plan

Workshop Details

Date & time: Fall 2018

Location: Two Heritage Drive, Quincy MA in the Conference Center (North Quincy T)



Bennie Wiley

Bennie Wiley is Principal of The Wiley Group.  For fifteen years, she served as the President and CEO of The Partnership, Inc., where she built an organization that strengthened Boston’s capacity to attract, retain and develop talented professionals of color.  She is a frequent speaker on leadership, diversity and professional development and has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors including being featured on the cover of Boston magazine as one of Boston’s most powerful women, and being the subject of a Harvard Business School case, Bennie Wiley and The Partnership.

Bennie is a Director of Dreyfus Mutual Funds, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and CBIZ (NYSE: CBZ).  She has served as Chair of PepsiCo’s African American Advisory Board, and formerly served on the board of First Albany Companies (NASDAQ: FACT). Her current civic boards include Dress for Success Boston, Partners Continuing Care, the Black Philanthropy Fund, The Efficacy Institute and Howard University where she serves as Vice Chair.