We’ve been in our new city, Indianapolis, for a year now. And this past weekend was one of my new hometown’s biggest events – the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. While I didn’t personally attend the race, I did have friends and family there who shared highlights throughout the day, and one of the images that caught my eye ties in with this week’s topic of minding your manners.
When does self-expression go too far? When does asserting your individuality become a liability for yourself, as well as your career? What does “personal branding” really mean?
Thanks to social media, we live in a world where everything is sharable and almost everyone is connected somehow. So when you post something online, you are not just representing yourself; you’re representing your company and your executives, as well.
If you pay attention to how you’re seen, not only as an individual but also as an extension of your organization and your executive, it makes it that much more important that you’re putting your best foot forward.
This week, we’re talking about the subtle tweaks and improvements you can make to ensure that you’re making the right impression on both a professional and personal level. You’ll find some valuable tips in our feature article on how self-branding can make a positive impact on your career. We’re also sharing additional tips on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages.
Supporting your administrative success,