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Owning your Assets & Digital Identity

More than simply “grand standing” or “tooting your own horn”, self-promotion involves taking responsibility to talk about your skills and expertise. This presentation will focus on shifting participants’ characterizations of self-promotion toward more comprehensive definition.
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Owning your Assets & Digital Identity

Time & Location

Nov 06, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Zoom invite sent to registered participants

About the Event

Embracing Social Media Self- Promotion as a Leadership Skill for Under Represented Faculty 

More than simply “grand standing” or “tooting your own horn”, self-promotion involves taking responsibility to talk about your skills and expertise. This self-promotion is also critical if you want to get your work noticed in the academia- especially if you are an under represented or racial/ethnic minority faculty member.

When effectively implemented, digital self- promotion efforts can increase individuals’ social influence, contributes to the building relationships, and improving your networking capacity. Thus, it is critical that faculty embrace and master appropriate approaches in order to navigate the realities of academia, and position scholars’ successes both within and beyond their institutions. 

  

You can view the recording of this webinar on our Past Webinars Page.

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