Founder and CEO of Inspired HR Debby Carreau, joined Global News Moring to talk about how to move forward in your career. Carreau recently became the youngest inductee into Canada’s most powerful women hall of fame.

Almost half a billion career-minded folks across the globe are connected on LinkedIn. But, here’s the problem: It’s getting more difficult every day to stand out in an ever-increasing global crowd of professionals. And that’s a problem, because in a world where over three billion of us are online, it has never been more important to stand out by cultivating an online presence.

Congratulations on being asked to become a mentor — it means you’ve earned recognition for your hard work and insightful contributions as a leader. You’ll learn more than a few things along the way, and the rewards include building strong connections to future leaders, reenergizing your career and leaving a legacy. But before your ego says yes to become a mentor recognize it’s a commitment that you shouldn’t take lightly. The consequences of mentorship gone wrong can be equally devastating to your career.

Instagram is the fastest growing social media platform, boasting half a billion users who are also potential customers, employers and business partners. If you aren’t on Instagram in a meaningful way, you could be missing out on a significant opportunity.