Mar
25

How to See Someone’s Connections on LinkedIn

posted on March 25th, 2021 by Liza Slavin in LinkedIn Essential,Strategy with 0 Comments

Did you miss this week’s video walkthrough? This week, our tutorial covered how to see other people’s connections on LinkedIn! This feature allows you to see if there is anyone in their network that is a good prospect, or anyone you would like an introduction to. Follow along below to see the breakdown of this week’s […]

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Feb
25

Posting on LinkedIn: How to Tag People and Organizations

posted on February 25th, 2021 by Liza Slavin in Content,Quick Tips with 0 Comments

Did you miss this week’s video walkthrough? This week, Liza walked us through how to tag organizations or people on LinkedIn while creating a post! Tagging on LinkedIn offers greater visibility to your post, and allows for a larger audience to interact with the post, giving you a greater chance of exposure and impressions overall. […]

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Jan
08

10 Years- From Unofficial Business Advisor to Key Contributor

posted on January 8th, 2021 by Liza Slavin in Intero Team with 0 Comments

As Intero reaches it’s 10 year anniversary, some of Intero’s team members are sharing their most memorable moments on how the business came to be the leader in LinkedIn branding, sales, and recruiting enablement over the past 10 years. ————————————————————— Ten years ago, I was a freshman in high school when my mom came home […]

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Mar
25

Continuing On In a Time of Uncertainty

posted on March 25th, 2020 by Liza Slavin in General,Intero Team,Mindset with 0 Comments

As a fresh 24-year-old, I have never experienced anything remotely close to this pandemic. I remember being in kindergarten, and my mom picking me up on 9/11. I didn’t understand the economic impact (quite positive the word economic was in my vocab) and was too young to grasp the emotions everyone was feeling. I haven’t […]

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Feb
26

What It Means to be Family -Owned

posted on February 26th, 2020 by Liza Slavin in Intero Team,Leadership with 3 Comments

Did you know that, according to DWT Family Resource Center, family-owned businesses generate more new jobs than any other segment of the economy? Family-owned businesses employ 60 percent of the U.S. workforce and are responsible for 78 percent of all new jobs created in the United States. Impressive. According to the Family Owned Business Institute, there are […]

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Feb
19

No Workforce Planning? Expect Rough Seas

posted on February 19th, 2020 by Liza Slavin in Hiring,Leadership,Strategy with 0 Comments

When a business decides that they are going to start looking for a new employee, it is typically because they need the employee now. Most businesses say “I need this person yesterday”, sound familiar? Not today, not in 3 months, but yesterday. This simple phrase puts pressure on your candidate search and can quickly lead […]

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Jan
22

Hiring Metrics in the War for Talent

posted on January 22nd, 2020 by Liza Slavin in Hiring,Career,CEOs with 0 Comments

What are your most important metrics for your recruiting and hiring process? If you have an immediate answer you are most likely on the right path to staying ahead of your competition in the war for talent. If you do not have an answer or are thinking, “How can I start using metrics to evaluate […]

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Jul
30

On the Field to In the Office

posted on July 30th, 2019 by Liza Slavin in Leadership,Intero Team with 0 Comments

I have been an athlete my entire life; my childhood was running from one game or practice to the next, and with two older sisters also playing sports, it is safe to say I spent a decent amount of my life on a field somewhere. Although I played a sport every season from the time […]

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Jun
25

What it’s like Working at a Small Company

posted on June 25th, 2019 by Liza Slavin in Intero Team,General with 0 Comments

When I was college searching, my mom would always say to me, “do you want to be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big pond?” I thought about that question and ultimately chose Washington College, a small liberal arts school tucked away on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. There, I […]

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