Career Reputation Management

Manage your path!

If you think career reputation management begins with a marketing or communication initiative, think again. Successful career reputation  management puts substance ahead of image. It begins with a fact-based assessment of significant events during the course of your career--as perceived by others; colleagues, superiors, subordinates, social media connections,  print, broadcast and digital media outlets.

If like many busy professionals, your LinkedIn profile is mostly a cut and paste document from material in your resume or your website, you are leaving a a world of opportunities on the table.  Learn the most critical sections of your LinkedIn profile--and the potential benefits of an organizational makeover.  Consider an overhaul !

If you think that Wikipedia profiles are  irrelevant to leadership optimization,  learn how/why they add real credibility to your public profile--assuming you  know what is necessary  and take the critical steps to qualify under the current Wikipedia protocols which have become increasingly stringent.

Wendeen Eolis'  “Career Reputation Management" services  are multi-faceted; they include development and assessment of biographical materials for job searches, corporate leadership collaboration and  board preparation.

Consult Wendeen for an analysis of your public profile, development of materials, (including websites, LinkedIn profiles and material for Wikipedia  analysis of your public profile,  social media communications and  media messaging strategies  both online and offline.

Individual consults, express projects, and longer term  programs are  available based on  priorities and specific goals.

Partial Menu of Options:

  • Initial consult; review of bio/corporate materials
  • Career/leadership optimization via social media
  • Collaborative development of LinkedIn profile
  • Public profile assessments
  • Media  Messaging
  • Wikipedia credential assessment; profile research reports
For more information and to schedule appointments,
call (212) 472-4000 or email