Whether I’m coaching job seekers, career changers or people wanting to start a business, they often struggle with LinkedIn. This is because they don’t see the value, are concerned about their privacy or find it’s time consuming for little return.
I appreciate people will have their reasons and whilst I don’t insist on using this business social networking tool, I do help people see how LinkedIn can support them with their career plans. And, the good news is that it can take less than one hour to give your LinkedIn profile a make-over so that it looks professional and recruiters or potential clients notice you.
Pop over to my blog post about optimising your LinkedIn profile or watch my 10 minute video with some handy tips to increase your ‘star rating’ and your chances of landing on the front page of the head hunters’ lists when searching for top talent.
Get in touch with Gen if you’d like to have a chat about how to get started on LinkedIn, need a profile written or want guidance about using LinkedIn to market your business.
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When I meet new people in a professional setting I often ask if they are on LinkedIn. They may be a potential client, someone who can add value to my business or a job seeker I’m working with. LinkedIn is a professional networking site and many companies use this tool as a means of recruiting staff.
When it comes to landing a job, your LinkedIn profile acts as the online version of your resume. I’m going to share with you eight ways to build up your profile so you get noticed by potential employers. Continue reading →