Introducing LinkedIn Referrals for Employees
LinkedIn Referrals unlocks the power of your professional connections by making it easy for you to match the top talent in your LinkedIn network to the best jobs at your company. This video will introduce you to LinkedIn Referrals and show you all you need to know to get up and running. Contact us to learn more about LinkedIn Referrals: http://bit.ly/1IKAjNt
Cornelis Vlasmans LinkedIn
Experience the full science fiction story at http://www.themodularbody.com An overview of Cornelis Vlasmans career, education and technical abilities.
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How to create a LinkedIn Background Photo
Step by step guide on how to create a LinkedIn background photo on Canva and then how to post it!
2017 Q2 Content Highlights | LinkedIn Learning with content from Lynda.com
In the second quarter of 2017, LinkedIn Learning launched some new initiatives designed to address the notion that everyone learns differently. From short tutorials that members can watch during a break, to inspirational content from well-known influencers, to weekly series with content based on member questions, were building on the foundation of our in-depth courses and curated learning paths to address learning needs in new ways. This video showcases a few highlights of what weve published this quarter in our ever-growing business, technology and creative global content libraries.
Women In Technology: Turn Your LinkedIn Into A Recruiter Magnet
http://bit.ly/1IXkwUJ Women In Technology WIT on Campus. Georgia Gwinnet College Kick-off event on Thursday, August 27th 2015 with Anna Stevens speaking on the topic of LinkedIn. Learn how to turn your LinkedIn profile into a powerful recruiter magnet! Valuable LinkedIn tips to increase your profile’s visibility. So, to attract recruiters to your profile, you’re going to have to think as a recruiter! They are busy. They have an agenda. They are looking for something very specific. Want them to find you, reach out to you, and offer opportunities to you? Follow these steps! Profile settings. Ensure your profile settings indicate “public” so recruiters can find you. Profile picture. Your picture is worth a thousand words. Show your face, be professional, have a friendly smile, don’t look mean or angry or even indifferent, and please make sure it’s just a headshot, not your full body! Oh, and no other people should be present on your LinkedIn profile picture, please! Headline. This is your story in 120 characters. Who are you? What do you stand for? What value do you add? What’s different about you? Are you an author? Have you won awards? Do you rescue abandoned animals? Are you certified in something cool? You have 120 character to communicate it, and please include keywords. Custom URL. You don’t need a long default URL LinkedIn assigns to you. You can customize yours in 30 seconds. It’s free. Include your name and then print in on your business card, embed it in your email signature, Twitter, and About.me. Contact information. Do you want recruiters to be able to reach out to you? Make it easy for them! Include your website or portfolio URL. Your Twitter handle and link to it. Your Google Plus link. Your phone number. Your email of course. Your blog. Summary. Have you ever seen profiles written in the 3rd person? Don’t do it, please…. Who wrote this about you? Your momma? You write this about yourself, so use I and dont refer to yourself in the 3rd person, it’s a bad practice. Whom is your summary addressed to? A recruiter! So, ensure that in 2,000 characters you communicate what they want to know – the value you add. And provide your email address and other contact information there as well. Embed media files, such as videos, PDF files, SlideShare presentations, etc. Experience. Here you have 2,000 characters for each section in this category, so explain the results you’ve accomplished and the value you delivered, not the tasks you performed. Mention any spacial projects. Software. List bullets for an easy read. Awards. Have you been recognized for some extraordinary accomplishments? Don’t keep this a secret. Recruiters want to know. I promise! List them all in this section. Certifications. Are you an expert in some kind of cool software? Tool a project management course? Got certified in negotiation? That’s your competitive advantage, too. Education. Where did you go to school? What’s your GPA? Leading any groups? Got a scholarship? Was featured in some special project? Tell the world about it! Endorsements. These are your skills. Type them, see what LinkedIn offers in autofill, and choose from the list. These are skills recruiters list as the ones they search for. Salesforce? Negotiation? Compliance? Governance? Project management? Here are some hot IT-related skills for 2015. Recommendations. People have so many good things to say about you! Don’t believe me? Just ask! Each recommendation has a room for 3,000 characters – all about you. Make it your regular routine to request recommendations. They can make a difference. Volunteer experience. Life is bigger than just us. There’s our community, there’s our country, and the whole world. How do you make an impact? Do you save animals’ lives? Do you fundraise for a homeless shelter for your birthday and donate? Do you entertain seniors on Saturdays? Do you lead a small group at your church? Share what makes you YOU! Show recruiters that you’re not self-centered. You care. Interests. Here you have 1,000 characters to list the kinds of things you enjoy doing: hiking, technology, cooking, skydiving, ice skating, skiing, and the like. Groups. Joining 50 groups boosts your ranking on LinkedIn. Make sure groups are relevant to you. Stay active and participate in conversations in your groups. Influencers. Follow influencers whose ideas you want to hear, especially in your industry. Share their content in your status updates. Show recruiters that you are in-the-know and you are aware of all the current industry trends. So, you watched the video and read the article. I listed many action items for you in the 16 sections described above. Was this a helpful read? Comment below and let me know how these tips work for you. I want you to be very successful once you graduate. Good luck!
Workseed Use Case: On-the-job learning
Workseed is verifiably effective cloud-based service for educators across the globe helping them to manage assessments and learning. Workseed is a tool for vocational education teachers for administering the courses and assignments digitally. It also offers tools for self-evaluation, teacher evaluation and evaluations from parties outside the school organization, such as internship instructors. Our company is based in Finland and many of Finnish vocational colleges and universities of applied sciences have chosen us as their service provider. Our current clients are PKKY, Esedu, TAMK and XAMK. Our website: http://www.workseed.fi Twitter: @Workseedltd https://twitter.com/WorkseedLtd LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/workseed-oy #edtech #onthejobtraining
2016 LinkedIn Learning Content Highlights
Become more productive and successful by taking any of the 2,600+ new courses published in 2016, across three global content librariesbusiness, creative, and technology. These courses cover a wide variety of skills and tools you can learn. This video provides a small sampling of courses published in 2016, all aimed at helping you achieve business and career goals. Learn something new today. Visit linkedin.com/learning