Video Lecture “What Does Your Online Presence Say About You” offered for free access

Does Social Media Provide Success or Setbacks in the Modern Workplace?

By IGI Global on Mar 13, 2017
What Does Your Online Presence Say About You An esteemed position in a company no longer holds as much weight without an online presence, and the Harvard Business Review elaborates on the extent of this issue. Whether an individual is well-established in their role or trying to obtain a new position, it is essential to consider online personal branding through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn because staying connected and engaged is key in today’s society.

Due to the significance of personal branding through social media, IGI Global published an innovative video lecture "What Does Your Online Presence Say About You?," which investigates how imperative it is for people to consider who they are and be cognizant of the skills they offer when establishing their online presence. Employers and/or potential employers definitely take online identity into consideration, which is evident in the staggering statistics noted throughout this informative video.

This research is also featured in the video lecture series, Impacts of Social Media on Modern Workplace Interactions and Productivity, developed by Dr. Vladlena Benson of Kingston Business School and Kingston University, UK. There is no doubt that social media has become a pervasive tool through which individuals share their interests and activities with their network of colleagues and peers. While social media can be a useful tool for keeping in contact with friends and family in one’s personal time, it can also cause issues in one’s career.

Impacts of Social Media on Modern Workplace Interactions and Productivity analyzes how social media has made its way into the workplace and the impact it can have on employability, personal branding, and an individual’s reputation. Highlighting essential topics related to employee behavior, human resources management, and the psychological impacts of technology use, this video lecture is designed for use by business professionals, psychologists, human behaviorists, researchers, and graduate-level students interested in examining the ways in which social media has impacted the modern workforce.

Access "What Does Your Online Presence Say About You?" here.

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