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Tag: Personal branding
The Birkman Method is the only assessment that measures an individual’s underlying Needs, which, when fulfilled, provide the comfort and motivation for you to be productive and satisfied in your career and life by combing behavioural and occupational data into one assessement. The Birkman Method is distinct because it taps into what an individual believes about “most people” around them, providing a unique glimpse into your perception of both yourself and others. There are many factors that affect a person’s career performance and satisfaction.
The key to impressing viewers of your profile is to grab their attention with your engaging personal story. Follow these three steps to ensure that your profile reflects who you are and who you want to be.
#1: Set the stage - Tell a concise but compelling story with your summary and job descriptions.
Your career journey reveals what you care about, stand for and value. Before sharing that with the world, consider the audience you want to reach, what you want them to learn or do, and how you want them to feel.
Your personal brand is how you appear to the world. Having a clearly defined brand is particularly helpful when growing your career or looking for a new job. You want to be easily identifiable as someone with a passion and/or an expertise in a particular area. But how do you do it? Developing a brand sounds like a very lofty, abstract concept that is not easily defined or executed. I’m here to show you that it really isn’t hard.
Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.
Author: William Arruda
It’s logical to assume that extroverts are naturally better at personal branding, but nothing could be further from the truth. Some of the strongest personal branders I know are introverts who shun the limelight. This makes it easier for them to focus on what really matters in personal branding: authenticity.
Employers are looking for candidates who are not only a good fit but who are also passionate about what they do, and your social media presence is used to provide context for who you are beyond what appears in your CV. That's why articulating a strong personal brand online can improve your chances of getting noticed.
Your LinkedIn profile is the place to show off your greatest successes and future aspirations. It’s also a chance to make a good first impression, whether it’s with a future employer, current colleague, or a potential client looking at your past work before a meeting. Find out how you can create a standout LinkedIn profile.