The evidence is clear; those who are well versed in LinkedIn are reaching their career goals more quickly. But even regular LinkedIn users are often not aware of advanced, easily accessible, free features and strategies that can boost their job search and career. In this webinar we’ll use a live demonstration to go well beyond the basics. We’ll cover how to:
- Improve your odds of being found by the “right” employers via the strategic placement of keywords; take maximum advantage of LinkedIn’s profile search algorithm
- Discover under-utilized features of LinkedIn that will help you to make a great impression
- Build and leverage your LinkedIn network the “right” way to improve your odds of getting interviews
- Adapt your resume to your LinkedIn profile by understanding when to keep them the same, when to make them different.
- Use advanced LinkedIn features to easily keep in touch with your Network and find hard-to-find people who can help you.
Presenter: Rob Hellmann
As a career coach, executive coach and LinkedIn-Certified Professional Recruiter, Rob Hellmann (hellmannconsulting.com) helps clients almost every day to define and achieve their career and job-search goals, develop as managers and leaders, and navigate through challenging work situations. Rob combines a warm, empowering style with a pragmatic, bottom-line focus that gets results for clients.
Rob is a regular contributor to Forbes. His insights have also appeared in media outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, CNNMoney, ABC News, Consumer Reports, Glassdoor.com and many others. Rob authored Advanced LinkedIn: For Your Job Search.
In addition to his private coaching practice, Rob has served as an adjunct instructor at New York University teaching career management, and as GetFive’s Vice President and Associate Director of its Guild of Career Coaches, and regularly coaches their most senior c-level clients. Rob’s educational background includes a BS in Economics/Math from Binghamton University and an MBA in Finance from Fordham University.
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