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Personal Branding Surgery

Embrace the artistry and introspection it takes to build a better personal brand

Now that you’ve watched all the videos, filled out your workbooks and reflected on your work, it’s time to come along to our Personal Branding Surgery.

Run by masterclass leaders Fiona Chorlton-Voong and Alex Pitt, these drop-in sessions are designed to give you the chance to chat with our brand gurus and to get feedback on your personal brand from the experts themselves. Taking place every six weeks, Fiona and Alex will answer any questions, give their feedback and coach you through your personal branding problems.

Building your personal brand is an iterative process and one that will likely chop and change alongside your business. Getting the key components right – from your passions and values to your Why and of course your brand story, will make a huge difference to how your audience connects with your brand. Come along to our Personal Branding Surgery to make sure your personal brand is where it needs to be and gain insight into how to make improvements.

How it works

This Personal Branding Surgery is for all those that have completed our Personal Branding Masterclass. Whether you’ve just completed the masterclass, or are revisiting your personal brand after some time away, we’d love to see you at this drop-in session!  

This Personal Branding Surgery is open to anyone with a Pioneer Lite membership. Not a Pioneer Lite member? Find out more about upgrading your membership here. 

Not taken part in our Personal Branding Masterclass?

Before coming along to one of our surgeries, you need to have completed our Personal Branding Masterclass. We’ve just completely upgraded the masterclass, making it more flexible, accessible and on-demand. Now you can access all the learning immediately and complete the masterclass as and when you choose.

Find out more about the Personal Branding Masterclass here. 

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