Network: Reputation Exercise
Please answer the following questions in writing.
- What does the word “reputation” mean to you?
- Is your reputation important to you? Why?
- Do you think it is important to your potential new boss, clients and company?
Answer this question also in writing:
- If your reputation is important to you, then why isn’t the reputation of the person you network with (who will hand your paperwork to a potential hiring authority) important also?
[rep-yuh–tey-shuhn] Show IPA
3. a favorable and publicly recognized name or standing for merit, achievement, reliability, etc.: to buildup a reputation.
4. the estimation or name of being, having, having done, etc., something specified: He has the reputationof being a shrewd businessman.
1. regard, name. Reputation, character are often confused. Reputation however, is the word which refers to the position one occupies or the standing that one has in the opinion of others, in respect to attainments, integrity, and the like: a fine reputation; a reputation for honesty. Character is the combination of moral and other traits which make one the kind of person one actually is (as contrasted with what others think of one): Honesty is an outstanding trait of his character. 2. fame, distinction, renown, esteem,honor, recognition. 3. See credit.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2013.
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