Employee personal branding is essential as a key concept for personal and organizational success. To this end, this research seeks to identify the dimensions and components of employee personal branding. This research, in terms of the purpose, is development-functional type and in terms of data collection is descriptive and in terms of data certainty, it's kind of exploratory. The research method is mixed. The qualitative and quantitative methods are used content analysis and survey, respectively. The statistical population was in the qualitative part of the texts related to the research subject and in the quantitative part were experts, supervisors, consultants, deputies and active managers of different fields of insurance industry in Tehran. Dimensions and components of Employee personal branding were extracted from 28 sources. The result of literature review and analysis was the extraction of 55 Indicator or reagent, 6 components and 2 dimensions. Accordingly, the Employee personal branding has two individual and interpersonal dimensions, that The individual dimension includes the Components of knowledge, skills and abilities, personality and attitude, and the interpersonal dimension includes the Components of emotional intelligence, mental impression and social interaction. in the quantitative part The content validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by 30 experts.  For structural equation modeling and Pls software were used to analyze the data obtained from the proportionality questionnaire and The results showed that the model dimensions and components of personal branding of the employee have a good fit.


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