[EVENT] From Ideas to Impact: Creating a Transformational Brand Strategy
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This workshop will teach you the foundations of transformational Impact strategy (TIS) and how to use it to move your ideas and initiatives forward, while creating a greater impact in the marketplace and in people’s lives.
Participants will gain access to strategic evolution tools that have been used to develop brand campaigns and movements.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have an insider’s view on how to develop more effective, inspirational, and empowering strategies that activate and empower change.
– The Evolution of Impact
– Building movements + activating community
– Developing yourself as a transformational leader capable of leading change
– Designing transformational experiences that embody your vision + mission
| SPEAKER |
Ozioma Egwuonwu is an internationally renowned author speaker, writer, teacher and transformational strategist. She is the CEO of BurnBright International, a global consultancy she founded to help individuals, businesses, and communities tap into their brilliance, embrace their greatness and reach their full potential.
She has solved complex strategic problems for a diverse array of clients across a number of product and service categories including fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, small business owners, and a variety of personal development clients seeking to tap into a higher order of excellence and deliver dynamic breakthrough results.
She has also had the honor of speaking at a variety of global platforms including the United Nations, SXSW interactive and TEDx, and Social Media Week. She has appeared on NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, MSNBC, Time Warner Cable, the houses of parliament, Oxford University, and written for numerous publications, including Huffington Post.
| INFO & CONTACT |
💶 FREE event in ENGLISH
📍 Impact Hub Lisbon: R. 1º de Maio 103, Alcântara. Inside “Companhia carris de ferro de Lisboa”, just before “Village Underground”