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Professional Self-Portrayal in social media and networks

Dauer: 1 Tag // Sprache: englisch // Auch als Online-Workshop verfügbar
Themenfeld: Kommunikation & Präsentieren // Zielgruppe: DoktorandInnen

Your own online presence as a career boost

Social media and science – do they go together? How can I be heard and still appear professional? What goals can I achieve by presenting my research in social media?

XING, LinkedIN and Co. – a flood of platforms and social media on the one hand, the presentation of one’s own scientific personality on the other. What do you have to pay attention to when presenting yourself professionally on the Internet? This workshop helps participants to present themselves professionally and purposefully in social media and networks. To this end, the central platforms will be presented and participants will learn how to use them in a targeted manner in order to achieve their individual professional goals. Through interactive sessions and exercises, the workshop offers easy access to the topic of self-presentation on the Internet.

Trainer: Philipp Kleiber

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