The demand by your students, parents, business leaders and community to ensure that digital communications are safe, effortless and effective is complicated by the ever changing and accelerating speed of social media. As social media continues to evolve, how can your district keep pace?
Social media requires development of a cadence for both engaging with others and creating original content and viewpoints to influence your network. Through the creation of mutual value with your network and balancing the scale in favor of your audience, you will earn the right to be assigned a reputation as an influencer. Achieving success is much easier when you surround yourself with the right people.
Brands cannot truly succeed in social business through marketing and social media team activity alone. A brand's employees play the key role in establishing, amplifying, and nourishing the social identity of the organization. And to make things more challenging, the line between personal versus professional identity is becoming blurred as individual employees focus on activating their personal brands.
Personal brand building is an investment in yourself. By genuinely portraying your identity and positioning your perspectives and viewpoint to build rapport with your network, you will enhance your reputation and authority and solidify a critical career asset. This is as true online as it is offline.