Creating a personal brand is not solely reserved for online influencers looking to promote their expertise or sell products. You may already have the beginnings of a personal brand — your reputation at work. Building the brand means being purposeful in shaping the perception others have of you.
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Building and broadcasting your personal brand can help you network efficiently and open yourself up to new opportunities.
The U.S. economy has taken off. Many private and public sector employees are thinking about new career opportunities or want to move up the leadership ladder in an organization where they currently work. How?
Just like how you can sound differently than what you might think, you can be perceived differently too, which is why it’s important to pay attention to your personal brand.
As career civil servants, it’s important to become aware of your brand. You are your own brand and it’s up to you how you build, maintain, modify, and enhance it as you grow in your career.
If you feel underappreciated at work, you can easily imagine many of your colleagues feel the same way. You can make a positive difference by showing your appreciation to your coworkers—and you don’t have to spend a dime to do it.
Striving for humility or trying not to stand out in an ostentatious way can mean that people miss out on opportunities to get ahead.
LinkedIn and Facebook are not the same thing and should be treated differently. LinkedIn is a networking tool, and Facebook is a social network. It is important to understand the difference and use them each appropriately.
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.