Building and communicating your brand with confidence


  • Thurs 22 July 13:00 - 14:00
  • Fri 23 July 13:00 - 14:00

This is a two day course, please only apply if you can attend both sessions

Your personal brand is how others perceive you, so being aware of and managing the brand you’re projecting is crucial to your professional success. What are the unique strengths, skills and values you possess and how can you ensure the image you present reflects your qualities? Your personal brand is a session that will help you consider and confidently communicate who you are as a leader.

Who it's for

This course is for all production professionals who wish to present themselves positively, with a considered and polished individual profile. 

What it covers

  • Session one - building your brand
  • Session two - communicating your brand with confidence


Alexandra Dalton is a consultant, producer, facilitator and trainer, specialising in leadership, innovation and personal development. Her approach is to listen, understand and then work closely with clients to find simple but creative ways of approaching challenges and opportunities. 

This session is supported by the ScreenSkills Unscripted TV Skills Fund which invests in training for the unscripted workforce thanks to contributions from broadcasters, SVoDs and production companies.

It is part of a ScreenSkills programme to support freelancers to upskill and stay connected, helping keep the industry resilient in these difficult times.

This session will take place online via Zoom. Click ‘apply for ticket’ and follow the instructions to apply for your place: you must login or register before you are able to complete your application.

If you are no longer able to use your ticket, we ask you to please contact so that we can release your place. Our sessions are often oversubscribed, so we’d like to give other freelancers the opportunity to fill available spots. Thank you for your consideration. 



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