"YOU ARE BEING GOOGLED"
DOES YOUR CURRENT ONLINE IMAGE SUPPORT ACHIEVING YOUR
NEXT GOAL? IS IT FORWARD LOOKING OR JUST FOCUSSED ON
PAST ACHIEVEMENTS WHICH MAY NO LONGER BE RELEVANT?
Signitt empowers women and minority leaders to reach their next professional goal
In today’s world, personal branding and a strong online presence are the keys to fully unlocking potential and creating a lasting, positive first impression both at the individual and corporate level. In fact, the question of personal brand vs. corporate brand is no longer an either-or-option.
We live in a Reputation Economy where people Google us to assess our strengths and weaknesses and where professionals are evaluated much like products and services.
Clients, investors, and partners Google not just our company but also our key people before doing business with us. In many cases the company is only the first screener; it's the individual's reputation and experience that closes the sale.
An employee’s personal brand is intrinsically linked to the employer's brand and vice versa. But how do you ensure that your key people have an online presence that is aligned with, and supporting, your company’s mission and goals?
Have you googled yourself lately?
Does your current online image support you to achieve your next goal?
Whether you're looking for advancement on your current career track, new clients, investors, partners, or a board seat, an incomplete online image undersells you and leads to missing out on crucial opportunities to achieve your next professional goal.
NETWORKS WE COLLABORATE WITH
THE LEVERAGE NETWORK
We're honored to have been invited to address the first ‘Emerging Leaders’ cohort of The Leverage Network.
I learned so much interacting with these inspiring and highly motivated leaders . Thank you Antoinette Hardy-Waller for giving me this opportunity.
TAKE YOUR SEAT
This Thursday, October 28th I will be presenting for Take Your Seat and Black & Crimson Passport to Boards on the importance of creating your online presence.
It is an honor to work with organizations that work to improve diversity and inclusion in boardrooms.
Remember, You Are Who Google Says You Are
AT&T’S EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE PROGRAM
We’re excited and looking forward to be addressing the participants of AT&T’s Executive Leadership Experience program about how building and taking control of your online presence can position you to achieve greater career results.
Dixie Kachiros and I will be tackling topics like changing the mindset, improving the skillset and providing the toolbox.
THE COMPANY WE KEEP
WOMEN'S CAMPAIGN FUND
COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL ALUMNI CLUB
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
WOMENS FORUM NEW YORK
Q: WHAT DOES SIGNITT STAND FOR?
A: It’s derived from Signature. It’s your online signature, and much more than that.
Q: WHO IS THE TYPICAL PERSON WHO SIGNS UP FOR SIGNITT?
A: It’s a very diverse range of people. Most are people who have achieved a lot but their online presence does not reflect their accomplishments. The truth is, if you don’t publish -- in the minds of people who are looking at your credentials -- it didn’t happen. Others are transitioning careers (full time to consulting, looking for the next opportunity, etc.). Many are looking for board positions. Others are really smart people who are starting out but don’t want to look they have nothing worthy of coverage. The depth and breadth of your online image and reputation is what people look at when they are interested in you.
Q: WHAT EXPERIENCE DO YOU HAVE IN MANAGING ONLINE PROFILES FOR PEOPLE?
A: Glad you asked. We have over 20 years of experience. Our parent company began creating and managing content for large companies around the world – in over 50 countries as a matter of fact. We’ve worked with over 800 C-suite executives, fast track executives, business owners, entrepreneurs, people who are experts in their field and people looking for board spots. We’ve also worked with people who have a strong point of view on a cause or issue that impacts society.
Q: HOW HAVE THE SIGNITT PROFILES BEEN USED?
A: Many ways, but frequently used as a succinct and easy way to respond to the question “Can you send me something about yourself?” Bios or resumes alone are not enough. You want to have a well-rounded picture of yourself that projects all that you’ve achieved. It’s also a non-boastful way to let people know all you’ve achieved, “on and off the field”. Your Signitt supplies everything people generally need to know. It’s the professional way to respond to the ”send me something” request.