You've probably never thought about it, but LinkedIn can be a vital resource for finding leads and sales. Here's a few tips from Quick Sprout about easy things you can do to increase your engagement there:
I take a look and see who they are and if they are someone I would want to do business with. I see a lot that, based on what I see in their profile, scream spammer so I ignore. I also look at who they are connected with - that plays a lot into it.
Start with the basics. Have a complete profile with the keywords sprinkled all over. These will help you be "found". Of course, engage with your connections, participate in groups. Always offer insightful comments and do not try to sell all the time.
Leaders understand that they don't have all the answers. They know that allowing the employees to come up with their own solutions and provide input will normally result in a better solution for the task at hand. Managers just want control.
Why no one has listed qualities such as: friendship, integrity, honesty, dreaming, transparency, responsibility, goodwill, humor, enthusiasm, sympathy, humanism and helpfulness along with the rest of his or her expertise and skills?