Your value proposition is the foundation of your career brand. This statement encapsulates the essence of the value you create, and how you make a difference.
To get on the radar of influencers and thought leaders can be challenging, and maybe even seem a little scary taking that first step. How do you go around connecting, and perhaps also getting a meeting, with someone who you admire and who’s an influencer or thought leader within your industry or field?
To give you some great tips and inspiration on just how you do that, I sat down and talked with Matt Ragland, who has the answers you need.
When you brand yourself, and you are serious about building a strong personal career brand, then you don’t want to make a mistake and rely on only Social Media. But a lot of people are doing it and making their personal brand very vulnerable because they don’t consider this…
There is no doubt that blogging on LinkedIn, can do great things for your career brand. But there’s something you need to consider before you choose to go all in.
Here are a few Pros and Cons…
We send more emails today than we ever have before. And if you’re not already using your email to build your personal brand, then I’ve got a few tips for you to make better connections through your email signature.
Get five great reasons why a personal career website will help you get the career of your dreams, achieve your career goals, and increase your future job security.
A big part of Career Branding is being generous about sharing your knowledge. But you might have doubts about what people think, about what you know (pssst… we all do, sometimes).
BUT HEY! Sit up straight! I know you’ve got something valuable to bring to the world because you’re you!
You might be wondering; what is Career Branding and why I should even consider doing it? Today the job market is different than it was fifteen, ten, and even five years ago. The way companies hire new employees have changed, and job security isn’t what it used to be.
Have you ever set career goals, or any kind of goals for that matter, and been psyched about them for a few weeks, only to see the reality of daily life hit you with all of its obstacles and other urgent matters, and then have the goals fade away?
I think we’ve all been there…
The first time I came across Simon Sinek was back in 2012 when I saw his famous TED Talk ‘How Great Leaders Inspire Action.’ And to use a famous movie line, I’ve got to admit; he had me at hello.
I was fortunate to get a sit down with Simon on Skype, to talk about how to find your dream job and of cause the Golden Circle.