Using LinkedIn in Under 10 Minutes a Day
I am Jim Peacock with Peak-Careers Consulting. We provide professional development for career practitioners ranging from the Facilitating Career Development (FCD) class for national certification, to online discussion-based seminars on a variety of career topics, workshops, and a newsletter. I also provide career coaching for individuals. Learn more at www.Peak-Careers.com. This interview is a follow up to my blog LinkedIn: Keeping It Simple In 10 Minutes a Day. I have invited in 3 LinkedIn experts to give their tips on “keeping it simple on LinkedIn”
HANNAH MORGAN, Job Search and Social Media Strategist. Hannah is a speaker and author. She is passionate about keeping up with the latest social networking trends and online visibility strategies to stand out in today’s competitive world. With over 15 years of experience in career centers, outplacement services and human resources, Hannah is frequently quoted in local and national media and writes a weekly column for U.S. News & World Report. You can learn more about Hannah here: http://careersherpa.net
BOB McINTOSH, CPRW, is a career trainer who leads more than 17 job search workshops at an urban career center, as well as critiques LinkedIn profiles and conducts mock interviews. Job seekers and staff look to him for advice on the job search. In addition, Bob has gained a reputation as a LinkedIn authority in the community. He started the first LinkedIn program at the Career Center of Lowell and created workshops to support the program. People from across the state attend his LinkedIn workshops. Bob’s greatest pleasure is helping people find rewarding careers in a competitive job market. For enjoyment, he blogs at Things Career Related and Recruiter.com. Connect with Bob on LinkedIn and follow him on Twitter.
SABRINA WOODS has over 15 years of experience in the career development field including at Harvard, Northeastern, and the University of London. She also has a private practice as a Holistic Career / Life Coach & Consultant, where she helps individuals who are going through mid-career transitions. In addition, she loves to facilitate workshops including a mindfulness-based session called Building Resilience to Handle Everyday Stress. For more about Sabrina: www.sabrina-woods.com.