Your brand statement expresses your professional value in a clear and concise introduction for employers. Think of it as a tool for you to tell the organizational change and leadership industry your story, including your education, accomplishments, and skills. You can get more detailed advice in our Brand Statement Guide.
Learning and development specialist with strong presentation and project management skills refined during two years working as an office manager. Earned a degree in organizational change and leadership from the [school name] to develop training, instructional design, and management skills. Passionate about creating engaging learning experiences to positively move business goals forward. Dedicated to fostering a positive company culture to support employee retention, engagement, and advancement.
Organizational development consultant leveraging extensive experience in background data analytics to provide organizations with data-driven solutions. Earned Doctor of Education degree in Organizational Change and Leadership from the [school name] to develop a deep understanding of organizational processes and best practices. Collaborated with the advisory team during internship at Gallup to help organizations increase employee engagement. Excited to blend background in data with organizational development techniques to help companies improve processes, retain top talent, and achieve business goals.
Higher ed leader focused on providing impactful career experiences for university students. Expanded expertise by earning a Doctor of Education degree in Leadership and Learning in Organizations from the [school name]. Extensive background in managing teams, developing strategic goals, and creating high-quality online career learning experiences at a large research university. Passionate about implementing innovative initiatives, developing high-quality career curriculum, and assessing effectiveness of career services programming.