In this presentation, Shannon will discuss how to sell yourself and your services with more intention, authenticity and heart in order to make lasting connections and achieve your goals. Whether you are looking for a new job or trying to sell your services or products, your message, presentation and interactions can make or break your success. We’ll explore how to create your brand, and how forming real connections, knowing your values, and being intentional about your words will not only help you find success, it will make you feel true to yourself and surround you with the right people, your people.
She will equip you with the tools to help you land the job you want or to connect with your target audience without feeling creepy, and most importantly, show you how to have fun while doing it. So let’s drop the cheesy jargon, discover the dialogue that encompasses what you stand for, and really connect. If you do, you’ll be well on your way to feeling fulfilled and confident, and naturally able to achieve your goals.
About Shannon Wolcott
Shannon Wolcott is the Marketing & Career Services Director at Alchemy Code Lab, a technology company that teaches advanced software development and builds Apps for businesses & entrepreneurs. She is responsible for both marketing the school and working with students on their career path from student to software developer. Shannon also creates and enhances relationships with tech companies in Portland, supporting their efforts to hire tech talent. To effectively market the company, she coaches and mentors graduates to market themselves well, knowing that if they represent themselves and the school well, they collectively help each other out, as well as the future students that will leverage Alchemy’s reputation in the community.
She has worked on large and small trade shows, and most recently worked for a small Portland Digital Marketing Agency as marketing operations manager and the program manager for pdxMindShare, Portland’s Premiere Career-Focused Networking Group for nearly 4 years. She’s an East Coast transplant head over heels in love with Portland after calling it home for 10 years now, and frequently takes advantage of all the hiking and outdoor opportunities available.