Jun
03

Using Content to Add Value

posted on June 3rd, 2020 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,LinkedIn Essential with Comments Off on Using Content to Add Value

In this short video I share how to use content to add value to your network and conversation at large. Content can make a large impact if it is framed in a creative and meaningful way.  You may propel yourself forward when you focus on content that is business related and engage with others. Check […]

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May
27

Add Your Resume to Your LinkedIn Profile

posted on May 27th, 2020 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Job Seekers with 0 Comments

In this brief video, I share the importance of having an updated resume on your LinkedIn Profile. This will showcase you whether you are looking for an opportunity or just want to be prepared. You may propel yourself forward and stand out, that’s the desired outcome. You can do this! Check out our other blog […]

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May
12

Two NEW Tips for Your LinkedIn Profile

posted on May 12th, 2020 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career with 0 Comments

In this brief video, I share two tips that I believe you should include on your LinkedIn profile ESPECIALLY if you are in a career transition or job search. Why? Moving ahead, the key pieces of information like the technology you know well (think Slack and Zoom not Excel and Word) and any work or […]

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Jan
15

Your LinkedIn Indifference May Leave Your Company in The Dust

posted on January 15th, 2020 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,CEOs,Development,Hiring with 0 Comments

Or, at a minimum, your indifference may leave you further behind your peers and competitors, period. Think about your competitors and peers who embraced LinkedIn and social media with an adventurous mindset, an eye on their best candidates and customers, and interest in learning the nuances of the platforms that resonated with their often fleeting […]

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Nov
07

How Branding, Employee Engagement + Wellness Can Create a Stronger Workforce

posted on November 7th, 2019 by Erin Miller in Branding,Career,Hiring,Leadership,Marketing,Recruiting with 0 Comments

We know how tough finding, and keeping, the right talent can be. This week on our podcast, in:dispensable, Colleen interviews Rachel Druckenmiller who has devoted her career to wellness, engagement and all-around workplace health. Rachel shares her wonderful insight on employee engagement, leading intentionally and how to truly value employees. The blog posts below can […]

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Oct
31

Consider Your “Brand”

We’ve talked a lot about personal, professional and online brands over the years. Many people may think they’re different, but the reality today is that anyone who looks you up online is most likely going to see all of it. What are you putting out there? The following blog posts will help you to consider […]

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May
07

Employment Branding is Vital to Recruiting

posted on May 7th, 2019 by Erin Miller in Branding,Hiring,Leadership,LinkedIn Tools | Apps,Marketing,Recruiting with 0 Comments

I recently wrote about how important it is for companies to build an engaging culture in order to attract great employees: “The most talented professionals can be selective. They’re good at what they do, so they don’t necessarily need to take the first opportunity that comes their way. They’re going to find the company that […]

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Mar
05

The Most Important 2000 Characters on Your LinkedIn Profile

posted on March 5th, 2019 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Development,General,Profile Development with 0 Comments

Billboard, bio or book. This pretty much sums up the three types of LinkedIn Summary sections we typically see. Each, while they may make sense to the person who writes and posts it, may not make sense to someone who is skimming, reviewing, or reading the profile. More than 70% of LinkedIn profiles are now […]

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Aug
07

Stop Networking and Actually Get to Know People

Speed networking has been off my radar for a while now. It’s just not enough anymore. The five to ten minutes of uber-high level pleasantries, quick questions focused on what you do, who you know and why you’re there just don’t cut it anymore. These quick conversations, usually positioned before or in between presentations, speakers, […]

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