Q1: What is a personal brand? What type of things impact your personal brand?
- — Lauren K. Gray (@laurenkgray)Fri, Oct 03 2014 01:11:04A1: you can shape your brand, but ultimately it really is what others say about you when you leave the room. Your rep! #NPPRSA
Q2: What advice do you have for pros looking to build their personal brand beyond that of a college student or entry-level pro?
- — Olivia Adams (@OliviaAdamsPR)Fri, Oct 03 2014 01:24:25A2: Get your name in front of the people who are the movers and shakers of the industry -- become one of their colleagues! #NPPRSA
- — Kirk Hazlett, APR (@KirkHazlett)Fri, Oct 03 2014 01:22:03
Q3: What are the best ways for PR professionals to share their knowledge with the larger industry as they gain experience?
- — PRSA St. Louis (@PRSAStL)Fri, Oct 03 2014 01:33:21A3: Create valuable and useful content that you can share in your company's website or personal blog and share on LinkedIn groups #NPPRSA
Q4: How can PR professionals transition and shift their personal brands when they change jobs or companies?
- — Julie Cajigas (@jewelsann)Fri, Oct 03 2014 01:39:03Q4: if you've created a successful brand that's authentically personal, it transitions easily. I've seen it so many times. #NPPRSA
Q5: What can new professionals do to be respected as an experienced employee rather than be treated as the new kid on the block?