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Power Up your Personal Brand - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrea Crivello
10:55
Hello from Long Island NY! Happy to be here with you all!!
Jennie Chaplin
11:11
Hello from DC
lotte lent
11:36
Hello to MEP alum and all from Alexandria, Virginia!
Adam Knight
11:44
Hello everyone from Fort Myers, FL!
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
11:47
Hi Lotte!
Victoria Ellwood
12:03
Hi from Ohio!
Ashanti Davis
12:04
Hello from San Diego
Gilbey Lund
12:11
Hello from Leicester in England
Alexander Grosby
12:15
Hello once again from Portsmouth, VA
Lauren Schick
12:57
Hi from Washington, DC!
Julieta Maroni
13:25
From DC too!
Susan Zwerling
13:38
Hey from Alexandria VA!
Shaune Lee
16:03
Hello from the Virginia coast (and shoutout to Leicester, England; I have family in Hertfordshire)!
Amanda Smith
16:19
identity
Patricia Pignataro
16:19
Identity
Alexander Grosby
16:20
A brand is a quantifiable identity
Adam Knight
16:23
identity
James Burns
16:25
A reputation.
Katharine Kosin
16:25
What makes something unique, and what comes to mind when you think of something
Helen P Ross
16:25
An image associated with a product
Kat Burkhart
16:26
identity
Gilbey Lund
16:27
Thank you Shauna
Tracey Neikirk
16:31
Recognizable Symbol
Victoria Ellwood
16:32
A “personality”
Angela Claude
16:32
something recognizable and well-known
Adina Duke
16:33
How others perceive you
Samuel Pfister
16:33
coherent message
Tito CHAN
16:34
ID
Patricia Pignataro
16:34
recoginzation
Katherine Tedesco
16:37
a visual and marketing identity for a company
Caitlin Blomstrom
16:37
A recognizable identity
Jennie Chaplin
16:38
how something is effectively marketed
Hannah Powell
16:38
Something that sets you apart
Leslie Naranjo
16:40
outward identity
Shaune Lee
16:42
A unique fingerprint that someone can easily identify you by.
Joanne Grant
16:43
Identifying factor
Jacquelyn Ainlay-Conley
16:50
What comes to mind when someone thinks about you.
Deena Sasser
16:54
Commercially homogenized products
Laura Walsh
16:56
a symbol that is informed by personal attachment, feeling, cultural understanding
Suzanne Grobbel
16:56
Recognized identity
Rachel Popp
16:56
A way to market yourself and clearly identify what you are marketing.
James Burns
17:01
An imprint
Gilbey Lund
17:05
unique identity and sellable to audiences
Krista deKryger
17:07
How you are perceived
lotte lent
17:08
appropriate Self expression
Crystal Wimer
17:12
What you bring to the table
Ceanna Van Eaton
17:16
Identity
Mamie Bittner
17:17
Clue to what someone will feel consistently from you
Andrea Crivello
17:21
Signifier
Sandhya Rajan
17:24
unique marketable identity
Terry Yates
17:56
A symbol of your identity
Terry Yates
18:27
What distinguishes you from others.
Joanna Jennings
18:46
logo
Krista deKryger
20:28
when I see AOL I think old.
James Burns
20:47
Trader Joes!
Joanna Jennings
20:55
apps too
Victoria Ellwood
21:06
Trader Joe’s
Andrea Crivello
21:15
Good point Krista, relevancy is important in a brand
Helen P Ross
21:18
Go Nats!!!
Katharine Kosin
21:20
World Champions TWO years in a row now! ;)
Joanna Jennings
22:05
yes, a brand can also be a touchstone
Shaune Lee
22:49
Steeler Nation is definitely an emotional touchstone for many!
lotte lent
25:06
And now “place” is all over the…online
Laura Cole
25:45
the image of yourself that you communicate to others
Krista deKryger
25:46
How others perceive you- what you work on putting "out there" as your ambassador
Jacquelyn Ainlay-Conley
25:46
What people think of when they hear my name.
Katharine Kosin
25:54
What makes you stand out
Ashanti Davis
25:59
how you want to present yourself to the world
Susan Zwerling
26:02
what I am know for and not know for
Joy Gerber
26:02
How you have package yourself professionally - how do you present yourself
Krista deKryger
26:02
what you bring to the table!
Andrea Crivello
26:05
Social DNA
Alexander Grosby
26:06
A personal brand is how you promote yourself, your work, and your ideals
Joanne Grant
26:06
How I present myself to the world
Deena Sasser
26:06
The unique skills I have to offer
Shaune Lee
26:06
"Personal brand" is the image you want people to think of when they think of you.
Adam Knight
26:06
How you are different to others
Angela Claude
26:08
what you want to be known for
Gilbey Lund
26:09
what you can bring to an organisation
Ceanna Van Eaton
26:11
How you present yourself
lotte lent
26:17
Somehow ME different from all other Mes
James Burns
26:20
The impression you want to give people out in the world.
Samuel Pfister
26:23
collection of traits, personal history
Victoria Ellwood
26:28
your strengths
Victoria Ellwood
26:29
values
Angela Claude
26:34
what you can do that others can’t
Helen P Ross
26:37
You sense of style: how you carry yourself, wear your hear, clothing choices
Terry Yates
26:40
Reputation and impression of an individual
Tito CHAN
26:40
Purple Cow
Lauren Schick
26:41
your 'package' as an employee, past experiences, personality, manner, and expertise
Jennie Chaplin
26:49
what is unique from other markets and can benefit other parts of your industry/profession.
Antonio Rodriguez
26:56
The perception others have about you
Krista deKryger
27:19
do tell
Marta Maria Peinador
27:26
your values, your expertise, what identifies you
Krista deKryger
27:37
love it!
Rachel Popp
27:38
In this case, the professional version of yourself that you are presenting to potential employers. The professional identity you are building your career on including strengths, reputation, education, experience, etc.
Marta Maria Peinador
27:45
now your brand is mainly digital
Suzanne Grobbel
28:15
Character, as well.
James Burns
28:27
Ethics
Victoria Ellwood
29:03
What they can rely on you for
Krista deKryger
29:15
very important- good point sheri- we should all do 360s on ourselves!
James Burns
30:26
True - that being said, one person might love your brand and say wonderful things about you but another person might be repelled by your brand and not say good things based on the same interaction. So, there's that...
Mamie Bittner
34:36
The smile and fun is part of your brand Greg!
Krista deKryger
34:37
there is nothing wrong with selfies, greg!
Samuel Pfister
35:03
Another GW alum here
Katharine Kosin
35:09
MEP ftw!
Ariel Waldman
35:11
Current MEPer!
Helen P Ross
35:32
Colonials rule!
Krista deKryger
41:10
So agree, Sheri!
James Burns
45:39
SO important. Something our field hasn't really embraced is the Adaptability Quotient.
James Burns
46:09
If you haven't taken the "test," do. I expected to discover that I'm not very adaptable - and instead I found out that my score is off the charts.
James Burns
46:14
It completely upended my leadership style.
Joanna Jennings
46:35
we can outgrow passions too
James Burns
46:39
I realized that most of the time I'm just inherently adapting and others are resisting. Super helpful.
Krista deKryger
47:11
pivot!
Krista deKryger
48:43
and titles
Helen P Ross
49:17
A velvet lined coffin
Joanna Jennings
59:30
Thanks for the window into the organizational assessment of applicants, Stephanie. Very helpful!
lotte lent
01:01:09
Wait! :-) Didn’t you come to be better able to make decisions consciously and conscientiously?! WHICH YOU ARE DOING.
lotte lent
01:01:38
(Sorry to seem to be yelling :-)) Not yelling.
Stephanie Arduini (she/her)
01:03:01
100%! I LOVED my MEP training!
Stephanie Arduini (she/her)
01:03:50
I've also had to seek out more about Collections Management and OSHA requirements, for example. I also get to use my education background to help me in collaboration with those other departments and even just make progress on non-education projects (like planning the reopening for our museum).
Lisa Miller
01:05:54
Could you please send us the report card document?
Krista deKryger
01:06:24
Hello!
Krista deKryger
01:06:54
short and sweet- did you use Survey Monkey or something anonymous?
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:07:55
I texted and emailed
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:07:59
low tech
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:08:00
:)
Krista deKryger
01:08:13
Thank you!
Krista deKryger
01:08:22
what was the site for the free assessment
Katharine Mead
01:09:18
https://www.reachcc.com/ for 360 assessment
Krista deKryger
01:09:24
thank you
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:09:25
www.reachcc.com
Krista deKryger
01:10:28
consistency
Andrea Crivello
01:12:49
Thank you all so much; this was wonderful!
James Burns
01:13:16
Thank you, Stephanie, Sheri, and Greg!
Amanda Smith
01:13:21
thank you!
Shaune Lee
01:13:29
Thank you for taking the time for us today!
Stephanie Arduini (she/her)
01:13:32
Thank you all!
Ceanna Van Eaton
01:13:38
Thank you!
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:13:41
Thank you!
Krista deKryger
01:13:42
This was great- I look forward to the rest of them
Joanne Grant
01:13:47
Thank you!
Susan Zwerling
01:13:53
Thanks everyone!
Joanna Jennings
01:13:58
Thank you, Stephanie, Sheri, and Greg!
Amy Ritchie
01:14:00
Hey Stephanie!
lotte lent
01:14:01
Much appreciated for your wisdom and kindness. Elbow hugs!
Sandhya Rajan
01:14:01
Thank you! I
Stephanie Arduini (she/her)
01:14:04
If anyone would like to talk more, you're welcome to reach me at sarduini@acwm.org
Krista deKryger
01:14:04
Does this poll come w Zoom
Laura Cole
01:14:06
Thank you all!
Edson Armando Méndez Albavera
01:14:11
Thank you so much!
Tracey Neikirk
01:14:12
Thank you so much. It gives me much to think about.
Gilbey Lund
01:14:26
Thank you for another amazing presentation
Tito CHAN
01:15:21
Thank you All !
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:15:33
You can also reach out to me at sheri@sjlrsolutions.com.
Terry Yates
01:15:40
Very helpful. Thanks for the transparency. Refreshing. Great and necessary topic and information.
Kat Burkhart
01:15:44
Thank you!
Shaune Lee
01:15:51
I do have a question for the moderators -- would it be better to ask here or over email?
Krista deKryger
01:15:54
Thank you all!
Krista deKryger
01:16:05
awww
Katharine Stewart
01:16:11
Enjoyed hearing the personal stories from 3 of you!
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:16:15
Shaune, please share.
Gilbey Lund
01:16:23
My Twitter is @84Gilb
Helen P Ross
01:16:30
So glad to be here:)
Krista deKryger
01:16:48
Yes Claudia is!
Sheri Levinsky-Raskin
01:16:50
Shaune, you can email too