Become a Golden Key Thought Leader
We’re currently taking expressions of interest from any Golden Key alumni or supporters
with expertise and knowledge they would like to share with our members.
Our mission is to support our members and to fill in some of the more practical gaps in their education. Universities and colleges do an amazing job providing vocational training. Golden Key is supporting their efforts by helping our members to prepare for life beyond study, and to give them a rounded sense of both career and life readiness.
This is your chance to give something back, and to help support and teach our members.
We would love you to be part of it – and you can find out more about specific ways to get involved in the page below. Sign up today, let us know what you are interested in doing and your areas of expertise and we’ll get in touch with you soon!
Sign up to be a Golden Key Thought Leader!
Ways to be be a GK Thought Leader
- Host live webinars or tutorials
- Feature in a video or podcast
- Contribute to upcoming e-books
- Write for the GK blog
- Mentor younger members
We would love you to take part in any or all of these – the level of involvement is up to you!
What you get as a GK Thought Leader
- You’ll be featured on our GKA Faculty page with your bio and a link to your website
- A profile on the GK blog
- Promos on social media to our 100k+ followers
- Opportunity to promote a special offer (if you have a business or product) to GK members once a year
- Free access to GK Academy and any GKA events
- Credit for your bio/resume
- The chance to share your experience, change lives and broaden minds
What's your specialty?
When you become a Golden Key Thought Leader, you have the chance to share your knowledge, wisdom and experience on topic areas that you know well and find interesting. We want to know your area of expertise – and to help you share it.
The key areas we are currently looking for expertise are:
- Career advice
- Career planning
- Resume writing
- Interview skills
- Career networking
- Productive conflict
- Giving/receiving feedback
- Getting help and advice
- Time management
- Workplace networking
- Goal setting
- Public speaking
- Small talk
- Listening skills
- Email writing
- Reading skills
- Study tips
- Prepping for grad school
- Grad school exams
- Grad school applications
- Exam prep
- Managing stress
- Dealing with failure or mistakes
- Emotional intelligence
- Negotiating salary
- Student debt
- Managing credit cards
- Managing your personal finances