Grateful to share in Forbes today on customer service strategies for business growth. “
In this article I share what I did to achieve not just a job but my dream job. Thanks for the opportunity to share today, Forbes.”
This post is up on Thrive Global. Have a read in case you missed it.”
Grateful to have been interviewed by Meecham Philpott of ABC Tropical North. Listen to this recorded interview to get some tips on building and maintaining your personal brand.”
This article is live on Thrive Global in case you missed reading it.”
A bit of hard work helps too. Grateful to share my story with the team at Kerwin Rae recently.”
Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global kindly picked up the article about Humble Leadership today, have a read in case you missed it.”
If you haven’t heard of Linkedin by now then perhaps you’ve been living under a rock – or, like the majority of people, you may have loaded your profile but you are not really sure what to do next!
LinkedIn is an efficient and effective online way to connect with other professionals.
It’s been called the ‘Facebook for Business’ but it is really more of a strategic personal branding tool. It is designed to ‘get you found’ and is transforming the way people think about careers.
LinkedIn has over 210 million profiles and in 2009 over 70% of executives were recruited as a result of a search on Linkedin.
However, it isn’t just a recruitment tool, it is also the easiest (and cheapest!) way to promote your talents and share your expertise.
One of my areas of expertise is assisting people to create a LinkedIn profile which gives them maximum results, whether they are looking to find the next career or increase their business network.
We live in a competitive world and if you want to make an impact, you need to be in control of your online presence, personal brand, cultural fit and reputation. This includes getting a grip on your LinkedIn presence.
Gone are the days that writing the three letters MBA after your name would bring you all the credibility you desired.