04 November 2020

How to Craft Your Value Proposition with Authenticity | Webinar

Published on 04 November 2020

Join us on Wednesday 4 November to learn how to craft a value proposition that conveys your unique skills, strengths and accomplishments. 

You will hear from a panel with experience in running their own businesses and building their personal brand.

What we'll cover:

  • What is a value proposition
  • Components of your compelling pitch
  • How to find your point of difference
  • Challenges and what can get in the way
  • Put your pitch to the test

Time
Wednesday 4 November 2020
4.00pm AEST
1.00pm AWST


Location
LIVE webinar

Who should attend
This webinar is for law students and graduates.

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If you can't make it, register anyway, and you'll get a recording in an email after the webinar.

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Panellists

Emma Elliot

      

Anne-Marie Cade

Nationally Accredited Mediator/Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner, Divorce Right and Adjunct Lecturer, The College of Law

Emma Elliot

      

Nicole Davidson

Mediator, Facilitator, Negotiation Consultant, GrowingBeyond and Adjunct Lecturer, The College of Law

Nicole Davidson is a negotiation specialist and commercial mediator.  Along her career journey, Nicole has practiced at top tier law and accounting firms as well as global investments banks.  She has also sat in the human resources function and been involved in both graduate and seasonal clerk recruiting and had plenty of experience in finding the CVs that stand out from the crowd.

Emma Elliot

      

Khayshie Tilak Ramesh

Legal Adviser, Portable Long Service Authority;  Multicultural Youth Commissioner of Victoria, Victorian Multicultural Commission

Khayshie is a 23-year-old passionate advocate for youth, multiculturalism and diverse representation at influential decision-making tables. She is an experienced director, legal advisor and the Multicultural Youth Commissioner of Victoria with an honours degree in law and accreditation in mediation.
 
Khayshie has served on a number of boards and committees including Loddon Campaspe Multicultural Services, ARCJustice, Ambulance Victoria Community Advisory Committee, LEAD Loddon Murray, National Rural Law and Justice Alliance, Young People for Refugees,Bendigo Foodshare and City of Greater Bendigo Economic Strategy Steering Committee. 
 
Khayshie served as the Inaugural City of Greater Bendigo Youth Mayor and was instrumental in forming the first Youth Council in 2019. Khayshie has been named in the top 100 future leaders of Australia, Young Citizen of the Year 2017, Premier’s Volunteer Leadership Champion 2019, Law Student of the Year 2019 and has represented Australia at the Young Humanitarian United Nations Conference in Thailand in 2018.
 
Khayshie specialises in utilising user-centred design and collaborative practice to foster empathetic solutions using lived experience. Khayshie is a keen continual learner with a wide network who yearns to work across multiple disciplines to create holistic programs which champion equity and uplift marginalised cohorts.   
 

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