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Feb 23 – Developing Your Leadership Brand Session

The IEEE WIE and Joint Management chapter present: Developing Your Leadership Brand

Speaker: Dr. Tara Cree, Knightsbridge

Date: Wednesday, Feb 23, 2011

Time: 7 pm – 9 pm

Place: Room # 7000
515 West Hastings Street
SFU Harbour centre,
Downtown Vancouver

Registration: Event is open to public and is free of charge but please RSVP via


Your leadership brand is what you are known for – your reputation, your strengths, your principles – what distinguishes you from others.  By deliberately creating a brand that represents what you want to be known for, you don’t have to live with a brand that others have developed for you. In this session, you will learn about the importance of branding to your success as a professional and as a leader and how to begin the process of defining your own leadership brand.

About the speaker:

Dr. Tara Cree is a Principal and National Capability Lead for Coaching with Knightsbridge Human Capital in Vancouver. Prior to joining Knightsbridge, she held senior consultant positions with a multi-national leadership development firm and two multi-national human resource consulting firms; and was the Executive Director of small consulting group.  During this time she partnered with leaders at all organizational levels across many business sectors including financial services, pharmaceutical, professional services, retail, healthcare, government, and utilities.  Tara combines her Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology with her background as a leadership specialist and organizational development advisor to consult with public and private sector clients on strategic leadership issues.  She has identified and developed leadership talent at all levels – from emerging leaders to executives.  Tara is an experienced executive coach, team facilitator, and consultant.  She has designed and delivered numerous leadership development programs that include group sessions and one-on-one coaching.  The major focuses of Tara’s work are helping leaders to develop their potential, building senior leadership teams, and constructing corporate leadership development programs.  Tara received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Guelph (Ontario) where she focused her research on organizational change.  She has also completed the Core Essentials Graduate of Coach U.

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