Date(s) - 27/01/2020
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
West Quay Management Suite
In 2020 we are seeing unprecedented levels of social change, ambiguity, and quite frankly chaos. Technology is advancing at exponential rates, there is economic uncertainty and an awful lot of fear. Understanding how to capitalise on your knowledge and your skills is a way of getting that stability back. Property markets, stocks, jobs are all fragile and precarious but nothing can take away your information and experience and you can always increase the value of this incredible asset for free, but it does require a change in mindset that not everyone is ready for. Are you?
Join us on 27th January to find out more with Emma-Louise Munro Wilson as she explains what social capital is, why it’s important in developing your career and how to start building yours.
Emma-Louise Munro Wilson is an accomplished senior marketing professional with broad retail marketing & global communication experience. She has led award-winning strategic transformation projects across Europe and as part of BP’s social media team, she created and curated content for over 2.5million followers across LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Emma has worked with FTSE 100s, start-ups and everything in between across the UK and Europe, generating industry-beating results in declining markets. When not in the office, Emma spends her time latin dancing, sailing, travelling or getting involved in voluntary initiatives in her local area; she has raised over £50,000 for charity within the last 5 years.
The theme for our skills development programme in 2020 is all about “How to…” Providing our members and other young professionals/students in the Southampton area the opportunity to develop key career and life skills.
In an increasingly changing world it’s important that we take on the challenge of lifelong learning and that’s what our ‘How to…” programme will be all about.
West Quay Management SuiteSouthampton - 8-10 Portland Terrace