Are you a black introvert? Learn how to make yourself heard and build a successful career as an introvert, in this practical online masterclass with award-winning personal branding coach Richard Etienne.
With 1 in 3 Britons identifying as introvert, the extroverted world of work is no longer fit for purpose. Learn what workplace challenges exist for introverts (especially when intersected with race), how to best navigate them, and how ambiverts and extroverts can work to enable and support their peers to excel.
- How to confidently asking for what you want
- Tips on sharing your ideas in challenging environments (especially meetings), and how these skills can translate both virtually and IRL
- Words and phrases to remove from your professional vocabulary
Register today for this free webinar for the BYP community and confidently use your voice!
About Your Host
Black introvert Week UK founder and former official videographer to British Prime Minister Theresa May, Richard holds senior communications positions within the private and third sectors and has aided the online promotion of global brands in academia, art and politics for over 17 years.
Currently Director of Internal Communications at Elsevier, a medical data and analytics publisher, Richard also holds trustee positions at Hackney Empire and SarcoidosisUK.
In his capacity as personal branding coach, Richard hosts the Guardian Masterclass series sessions Self-promotion for introverts and How to succeed as an introvert professional.
Follow Richard’s brand awareness blog, where you can download free eBooks on introversion empowerment.
About Black Introvert Week
Black Introvert Week UK is a new initiative to help Britain’s Black Introverts reach their full potential in life.
One in three Britons are introverts, yet research shows it’s extroverts at the front of the queue for pay rises and promotions. The implications for Black introverts – a minority within a minority – are clear.
Black Introvert Week UK was launched to support teachers and employers to better understand how to recognise and nurture the talents of Black introverts and give voice to this most misunderstood community.