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Like your personality, your brand has many facets that come together to form an impression on others. Here are some tips to help you define your own brand.
Learn about the best ways govies can develop their personal brand statements in GovLoop’s recent online training.
Sometimes you have to be the hero of your own story. Promotions or new careers rarely just fall into your lap. You have to be a very active participant in your own career growth in public service. But how do you do that? How do you empower yourself? The first step is to create your… Read more »
Being noticed and remembered is essential to building your personal brand. A lack of gratitude and generosity can also make you memorable—but for all the wrong reasons.
“So, tell me about yourself.” It should be the easiest question in any job interview. But surprisingly, many of us completely fumble our answers. Maybe it’s because we’re young and just starting out in our professional journeys, so there isn’t much to tell yet. Or maybe it’s because we really don’t know how we define… Read more »
Are your colleagues and managers wondering who you are? Do you have a brand? And, if you have one, are you sure it’s what you want it to be?
Everybody’s got a LinkedIn profile, a Twitter feed, and a Facebook page. But few are making the most of these tools to enhance their professional value. Here are 5 things you can do right now to better promote yourself. They don’t cost any money. Why not do them all, right now? 1. Profile photo. I’ve been… Read more »
So I might as well say it: I have a man-crush on Gordon Ramsay. And in case you hadn’t noticed, the guy is everywhere. Whether it is TV, commercials, events, or new restaurants (you remember he is actually a chef, right?), you can’t escape him. Some are turned off by his screaming and famously short… Read more »
I’ve been participating in a young professional women’s group. Recently we discussed and worked through Lois Frankel’s Nice Girls ^Still Don’t Get The Corner Office. Frankel’s book offers an assessment to help identify areas the reader self-identifies as performing well and areas the reader self-identifies as needing improvement. One common area improvement amongst the group… Read more »