“Networking is finding, developing, and nurturing relationships that mutually move people forward through life.” @TLBurriss
When used properly, LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool.
As of the end of early 2020, there were more than 675 million people with LinkedIn Profiles. Most of these are business professionals, however, the industries and job titles represented on LinkedIn are broad and diverse. I’ve also discovered that often LinkedIn Members are open to connecting and for relevant conversations when approached properly.
This course was created to help you learn how to find the right people to connect with on LinkedIn and how to create business and career value through your LinkedIn Network.
During this course, we will:
Review what is LinkedIn.
Introduce you to Networking for Mutual Benefit.
Uncover the importance of defining your Most Important Viewers & their Influencers.
Review who you should connect with on LinkedIn.
Discuss using LinkedIn Search tools and filters effectively.
Introduce you to researching LinkedIn Members before Connecting.
Share with you some best practices of LinkedIn Networking.
Discuss what to do after you connect.
Look at LinkedIn Networking Live on LinkedIn.
This course is designed to help you create real value from networking on LinkedIn so you don’t just create a pile of digital business cards (connections).
The Real Benefits
I have discovered that the more purposeful I am at connecting on LinkedIn, and when I start the conversations with my new connections, all about them, they are more likely to want to know more about me and my business, and even happily introduce me to others I need to know.
I refer to my Network, including my LinkedIn Network, as my most important asset in life. Think about this for a moment, where does all the great stuff in your life come from? Typically your network.
I’m sure you’ll get great value from this course if you follow and practice the ideas I share with you.
Who this course is for:
Sales Professionals who want to expand their professional network
College Students who want to begin building a professional network
Business Professionals in customer, prospect, community engagement roles
Business Professionals in Career Transition.