By Debra Feldman '74PH of the Columbia Career Coaches Network
This article originally appeared on JobWhiz.
Leverage social networking channels to increase your value and be approachable for new career opportunities
Social networking has transformed how we share information. We are more visible, which demands that we manage our public image, including our accessibility and availability. Before anyone asks to see your resume prepared for their inspection, they will undoubtedly have checked you out on the web. What others say, true and false, is visible 24/7/365 to confidants and strangers alike. Anything about us can be broadcast without our knowledge or permission, forever affecting our reputation before we can shape perceptions. Worse, unfiltered references to us asserted by others can quickly damage years of a carefully crafted, discreet identity. Read the full blog here.