21st Century Job Search: Creating, Managing and Leveraging Your Brand for Career Success
According to recent studies up to 85% of employers are looking for new recruits on social networks. Now is the time to become familiar with creating a strong online brand for yourself that will help with both your active and passive job search! Just like a successful product or company, where their brand consistently conveys positive images, your brand is communicated through your social networks so that it becomes the way that people perceive you. In this webinar we'll define a brand, talk about the important characteristics of a strong brand and then discuss social networks that will help you leverage that brand. Specifically, we'll talk about LinkedIn and Twitter, as well as blogging and other ways of creating successful online relationships.
Speaker: Liz King, Assistant Director of Event Management and Social Media at Columbia University, Center for Career Education
Registration for Webinar:
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TO REGISTER AND FOR MORE INFORMATION, please click on this link: Brand Webinar