Mention anyone in a Status Post or comment regardless of being connected or participating in the discussion.
Try it, Mention @Teddy Burriss in a relevant Status post.
@Mark- you can search the connections in common for the 2nd degree. This has been available for a while, on the profiles and within the search results. The latter also gives an opportunity to narrow it down by other filters.
I am presenting to a group of Highly Influential Women later this year. All of them are C-Suite and/or founders/owners of their Fortune 1000 companies.
They don't have time to use LinkedIn (or other social media tools)
They don't really understand LinkedIn (or other social media tools)
They know that they are missing out on something, just not sure what.
If I am going to speak to the "Why & Value" of Social Media as a business tool, what title should I give the presentation?
(FYI- I was thinking along the lines of they are missing out on something.... Just not sure of a "SMACK THEM IN THE FACE TITLE")
Any and all ideas would be appreciated.
Why LinkedIn is a Man's World.
...should get their attention... how you turn it around from there and tie it in with the talk ... no idea ;-).
Why You Need to Break Through the Glass Ceiling of LinkedIn and Do It for the Girls.
- Burriss Consulting, Inc.Networking Strategist, 2009 - presentLinkedIn Trainer | Social Media Coach | Public Speaker | Communications Professional. I teach Social Media as a connection & relationship tool.
The most rewarding work that I get to do is teaching the world how to "Network for Mutual Benefit" & “Use Social Media to Develop Lasting Professional Relationships”.
I provide Social Media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, WordPress Google+, etc) training for businesses (including Non-Profits) who want their employees to be better and different and get value out of their social media activity.
I love sharing "Network for Mutual Benefit" and "Building Relationships thru Social Media" thru seminars, public speeches and group discussions. It's exciting to be able to share this message with Business Developers, MBA students, the community college systems, non-profit groups and thru local Business Networking groups.
Once I learned what LinkedIn and all Social Media could do for my life, I decided that I wanted to share this around the world. It's rewarding to be able to provide Social Media Training to individuals, Business Development Teams and non-profits.
My business is a little different than most. I give away 50% of my time every day. I started volunteering in Job Search Groups in 2010 and spend lots of time helping our unemployed friends and family on their career transition journey.
Social Media Training & Coaching
Google Apps & Evernote training
Career Transition Coach
CPI Certified Career Transition Coach, Sandler Sales Institute, Dale Carnegie Training, Lifelong training of the edict - "Networking is finding, developing and nurturing relationships that mutually moves people forward thru life."
- University of Maryland, College ParkBusiness Admin
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