Do you have a LinkedIn profile?
Are you happy with it?
For most people that we talk to, the answers to these questions are “YES’ and “NO”. Unfortunately too many people set up a basic account on LinkedIn and never spent the time updating their profile.
Little do they know that, by doing that, they are dramatically misrepresenting themselves (and their companies) to the millions of people that use LinkedIn. When people search for you on LinkedIn (which happens all of the time), will your profile accurately represent your personal and professional brand?
If not, we can help.
The first step of our LinkedIn training effort is help people understand what makes a great LinkedIn profile. In a 1.5-2 hour group training session, we go through each section of the LinkedIn profile and give you ideas on how best to represent your personal and professional brand.
We’ve even helped several business owners write their profiles and professional summaries. At the end of the day, we just want you to feel good about your profile and how you represent yourself on LinkedIn.
Step 2 of our training effort is Group Prospecting Training. So many people think LinkedIn is a tool for recruiting and finding jobs. While that’s one of it’s benefits, it’s also a tremendous tool for networking, finding and building business relationships, and sharing content.
Once we’ve worked with you and your team to update your LinkedIn profiles, we bring the entire team together for a 1.5-2-hour group training session focused on prospecting, how to connect to people, LinkedIn etiquette, and discuss the types of things you should be doing in LinkedIn each week.
We have an extensive library of articles we’ve written on LinkedIn. If you’re interested, check them out HERE.
If you’re interested in learning more about our LinkedIn training process, give us a call today at 913-944-4980 or email us at [email protected].
Me? A blogger?
Honestly, I was skeptical. My first few posts were dry, hard to write and not very interesting, even to me. Then I had a breakthrough. I wrote about my passion for Bruce Springsteen. Very personal, very “non-banky.” The response was overwhelmingly positive.
Former President and CEO of Alterra Bank