According to a recent study, enrollment in teacher preparation programs has dropped
dramatically in almost every country over the last eight years. Teachers all over the world are looking for new opportunities. Here are three ways educators can develop their personal brand:
First, narrow your niche and focus on creating a personal brand around it by offering resources, products, and training that position you as an expert in that niche.
Second, develop solutions that can be distributed; in order to be a sought-after educator, we
must be able to find the solutions you are providing to be extremely valuable – package your solutions and distribute them across social media.
Finally, maintain consistency.
You must understand that building a reputable brand is a marathon, not a sprint. The results you seek will take time, so let consistency triumph over intensity. You’ll quickly become the go-to solution in that niche.
Itofa Ivarah is a Nonprofit Management Consultant at ID consulting; a firm that helps Nonprofits become sustainable.
He attended the university of Benin & currently a Masters candidate of Int’l Development at the University of Galway, Ireland.
Itofa Ivarah is a social entrepreneur championing zero hunger in Nigeria through My 9ja FoodBank and Church On They Street Int’l, two Non-profits he founded.
He has raised over $12,000 in funding to tackle malnutrition and design community led-intervention to reduce poverty in Nigeria. His work has been featured on both local and international platforms like The Vanguard Nigeria, TEDx and the UN Millennium Fellowship.
He is an Author and a recipient of the 2022 Oxfam award as a part of his contribution towards championing Zero Hunger in Nigeria.