LinkedIn Career Seminar
- Lansdowne Wilna Thomas Building 103
- Start date:
- Tuesday, October 24 • 4:30 pm
- End date:
- Tuesday, October 24 • 5:50 pm
How to Use LinkedIn to Build Your Network, Strategically Build Relationships & Connect with Opportunity
Speaker: JUHLi SELBy – Social Media Marketing Consultant & Coach
JUHLi is an award winning marketing and technology instructor who has educated hundreds of professionals and small business owners on how to use social media tools effectively to build relationships online that will lead to sales. She’s the founder of JUHLi SELBy Social Media, a training company based in Victoria BC, that offers private lessons, public workshops and online training. She’s also a social media marketing instructor at Camosun College, and a proud member of the Freebird Collective – an alliance of independent branding & marketing professionals in Victoria BC (www.freebirdcollective.com).
LinkedIn is the top professional social network with over 500 million members, and 14 million+ Canadian members – approximately 40% of the online population in Canada. Hopefully by now you know about LinkedIn, and the potential it has to help you connect with professional opportunity in today’s digitally connected world. So you set up a LinkedIn profile, and you have added some connections, but now what!?? Are you struggling with how to effectively use this tool for professional networking and job search? How do you manage the time you spend to strategically build relationships that will help get you closer to meeting your professional goals?
At this session you will learn:
- How to find people on LinkedIn & how to look for opportunities to get their attention
- How to build relationships by sending effective private messages (one of the best LinkedIn tactics that hardly anyone uses effectively)
- How to stay top of mind, while building your credibility on LinkedIn
- How to effectively manage the time you spend on LinkedIn
- Tips for building your network on LinkedIn – Should you add as many connections as possible? Or should you for for smaller quality network?
Last updated: February 26, 2016 5:19 pm