Finishing up our series on how to get noticed on LinkedIn, today you show the world what you’re worth from someone else’s perspective. You’ve got it covered from head to toe with your smart profile pic, your catchy headline, your snazzy multimedia, and your fancy writing. But all of that is just your side of […]Read more "5 Ways to Get Noticed on LinkedIn (Part 5)"
Continuing our series on how to get noticed on LinkedIn, we go beyond the profile and into the news feed. Your profile page looks great from top to bottom. You’ve got a good looking head shot, you’ve got a memorable headline, you’ve even got all sorts of media built into your summary and experience. Now […]Read more "5 Ways to Get Noticed on LinkedIn (Part 4)"
Today we are going to look at one of the least used features in LinkedIn – the Media area of the About section near the top of your profile. You may have a great head shot and a compelling headline, but there is so much more you can do to amp up your LinkedIn profile. […]Read more "5 Ways to Get Noticed on LinkedIn (Part 3)"
We continue our five part series on 5 Ways to Get Noticed on LinkedIn. Last time we learned how to create a great head shot for your profile picture on LinkedIn. Today, we are going to learn why it’s important to write a memorable headline, and how to do it. Your headline is typically used […]Read more "5 Ways to Get Noticed on LinkedIn (Part 2)"
It seems like everyone these days is trying their hardest to get noticed. Whether it’s on YouTube, Vine, Facebook, or even the old fashioned way like dress, accessories, and hair style, people want to be seen. Unfortunately, oftentimes it’s not done in the most flattering way. You can do better. One of the most important […]Read more "5 Ways to Get Noticed on LinkedIn (Part 1)"
Most leaders are pretty darn good speakers, but many of them are not very good listeners. And I think I know why. When we have to give a speech, lead a meeting, or conduct a performance review, we take time beforehand to work out what we will say, how we will say it, and […]Read more "Speaking is Easy, Listening is Hard."
Most of us like being considered a valuable part of a worthy cause. It’s the odd person who doesn’t like praise, appreciation, or recognition for good, hard work. As a matter of fact, I’m not sure such a person exists in the United States — we all appreciate being appreciated. So, it’s pretty safe […]Read more "The Power of Appreciation"