Creating Your Personal Leadership Brand

Not everyone has a Broadway hit based on their lives (Hamilton), or a hashtag trending on Twitter (#NotoriousRBG) like some Columbia alumni, but your professional stature can be enhanced and amplified greatly through developing and honing your personal brand.

During Columbia Alumni Leaders Weekend, Carrie Pennoni, associate director of Alumni Career Services at the Center for Career Education (CCE), along with some Columbia alumni leaders, presented on ways to build your personal leadership brand. 

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In Pennoni's portion, she explores tangible steps to enhance your digital presence, refine your personal messaging, and leverage your Columbia affiliation and networks.

Pennoni delves into the best way to create your digital strategy‚ÄĒby taking control of your image, picking a platform, creating and sharing content, and stepping up your networking game.

Watch her talk below: 



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