We recently shared four ways to establish your personal brand on social media. As a quick refresher, it involves determining your purpose, what you want your brand to be, how it fits your schedule, and how you will evaluate and improve your brand over time.
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Advice on whether company executives should have their own social media presence seems to waver. But after the last two years of polarization on COVID-19 topics and contentious board races, it’s more important than ever for school superintendents to establish and foster their brand in this space.
When it first came out — and for a time following its debut — social media was fun. Given how negative it has become, though, it can be hard to remember those days.
Imagine it, some Monday morning you hit your Facebook app on your phone and … nothing. What? Nothing? How can that be? Well, it happened – Facebook and Instagram went down. For SIX hours!
With three school-aged children of my own, I often find myself reminiscing about the “simple” days of my childhood. Some of my favorites that come to mind are the memories of playing outside. Tag, particularly a good old game of “Spotlight Tag,” is definitely among the top of my memory list.