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When you begin in a new role or at a new company, creating a blog to introduce yourself is a great way for people to learn about you. A blog offers a broader view you as a person rather than just your work experience or where you live.
How to use the introductory blog template
Step 1. Start with key information
Begin your blog with a hello or other personal salutation. Provide specific information so teammates know your role title, team, pronouns, and what time zone you’re in. It will help them to easily communicate with you. Be sure to add any fun photos or images that illustrate who you are. You can also let people know where you were before this new role and even where you grew up.
Step 2. Share details about yourself that are fun or interesting
Now that you’ve told them some basic details, add fun facts about you. Feel free to get creative. Teammates like to know about your family, hobbies, travels, books you’ve read, podcasts you listen to, songs you enjoy, and more. And be sure to add more photos to highlight these fun facts.
Step 3. End with a bang
Add a quick sentence as to why you are excited to be in your new position and meet all of your teammates. make it easy for them to contact you by providing all the ways they can find you, such as your LinkedIn or other social media links and email.
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