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MGMT 550 DeVry Week 1 Professional Bio
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Most social media websites like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and others ask you to post your professional bio.
As you are writing your bio, keep in
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As you are writing your bio, keep in mind that you want to share enough information to create a professional image online, but not as much information as you would on a resume. Too much information that is made public may endanger your privacy.
Your bio should be about 100 to 150 words (about four short paragraphs), should be well organized, and easy to read using separate paragraphs and/or headings for the different types of information provided.
Here are some writing tips:
Use your name as the title.
Begin with a strong statement (perhaps your mission).
Consider your audience. Who do think will be reading this information? Consider what is important to the reader and emphasize those points.
Keep it interesting. Don't be afraid to show a little bit of your personality.
Be factual. Cite relevant experiences.
Keep it short and to the point. Just cover the highlights.
Don't forget relevant volunteer activities, community affiliations, and professional organizations, if applicable.
End with a special interest or anecdote that makes you unique (memorable).
Questions to consider:
Who are you?
How did you get to be who you are?
What are you doing now?
What would you like to do in the future?
Use proper grammar and spelling.
You may add a photo (optional).