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Balancing Social Media Professionalism

In the age of digital transparency — where every tweet, post and photo can become part of your professional dossier — the line between personal expression and public scrutiny has blurred like never before.

Social media platforms offer us unparalleled avenues for connection, creativity and self-expression; however, they also present a formidable minefield of potential career pitfalls. The question looms: Is social media indeed a private domain, or does it carry weighty consequences for one’s professional trajectory?

Additionally, leaders and career-oriented individuals face balancing authenticity and professionalism on social media profiles. Should there be different standards based on position, or should there be a universal set of guidelines for all?

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