Networking with Style featuring Katherine Lazaruk, BMus’93, BEd’95

Have you ever attended a professional event and felt nervous and awkward when starting a conversation with strangers? Perhaps you find it difficult to engage in small talk and end up wondering if the conversation was meaningful or impactful?

If you’ve ever wondered what to say, or how to network effectively, articulate your professional brand, and gracefully exit the conversation, this webinar is for you.

Join Katherine Lazaruk, BMus’93, BEd’95, as she shares three things to remember the next time you participate in a networking event and strategies of how to successfully navigate a party of two…or two thousand.

About the Speaker

Katherine Lazaruk, BMus’93BEd’95, comes from a performance and education background with degrees in Music and Education from UBC. After working in the public-school system, on the international opera stage and in corporate training and realizing that all of those careers entailed what she calls ‘small boxes’, she decided to take a leap of faith and start ICU Image Consulting in 2009, rebranding last year to Lazaruk Consulting Inc. to further her executive coaching and image consulting practice in the corporate world.

She is a Certified Leadership Coach (CLC), holds her second level international designation of Certified Image Professional (CIP) from the Association of Image Consultants International (AICI) and her Associate Certified Coach (ACC) designation with the International Coaches Federation (ICF).

Specializing in personal and professional presence education and development, she helps leaders and their teams walk the walk, talk the talk and look the part.

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