Do I Have Control of My Employee’s LinkedIn Activity?

employee's LinkedIn

The question of whether or not you have control over what your employees do with their LinkedIn profiles and other social media platforms is one the Intero Advisory team answers almost weekly. When a company is making specific investments into business outcomes stemming from LinkedIn, they want to ensure success.  The short answer— you do […]

2020: A Year of Grit, Dedication, and Achievements

2020 has been a year filled with remarkable, unforgettable stories of loss and triumph. As I reflect on the year, I remind myself to think about what I accomplished. Then, I consider what we have achieved as a team. The grit and dedication humble me. It’s easy to forget the positives, the accomplishments. Some days […]

How to Maximize Your Coaching and Training Success for 2021

2020 took us all by surprise in so many ways. While I know it will be different, I’m ready for 2021 and the opportunities that I’m certain will be revealed. I understand many people may not feel optimistic.  We’ve taken on unfamiliar challenges, and careers have gone awry.  I have reflected, discussed, and opined on […]

Why I Use Grammarly

Grammarly

Whether communicated in 140 characters or thousands of words, the written word creates and leaves an impression. I write a lot. I’m sure you do too. From emails, proposals, to blog posts, I’m a typing fiend, but I’m not sure I would consider myself a writer. Everything I write, including my emails, is edited. My […]

Add a LinkedIn Company Page Follow Button to Your Website

Add a LinkedIn Company Page Follow Button to your website

Getting people to follow your company page can be hard. Unlike your profile page where you can request connections, you can’t request people to follow your page. So, you have to make it really easy for someone to follow you. LinkedIn Follow Button for Company Page Placement One great way to do that is to […]

Two Easy Recommendations for Better Outreach on LinkedIn

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I’m trying out a new tool called Soapbox from Wistia.This is THE time to try new tools and ideas. Thanks, Teri Kinsella for the recommendation! Give something new a whirl this week and let me know how it goes. Also, would like to know if you like this format, email me and let me know, […]

Being a First-Timer Means It’s Okay to be Just Okay

Did you watch the 60 Minutes episode with Brené Brown? If not, please do.  Then download her new podcast, Unlocking Us and listen carefully. Process and consider her ideas and suggestions for a more meaningful understanding of FFT/TFT. This morning as I walked the dog, I spent 38 minutes awesome moments comforted, awed and refreshed […]

LinkedIn and 20 Minutes to the best PR

In my last article, I talked about the value and necessity of LinkedIn proximity. In the course of a week, I had the opportunity to talk with several CEOs, VPs of Sales and Marketing and salespeople who during our conversation expressed hesitation when I asked if they were connecting with their customers, prospects and potential […]

Your Recruiting MVP Makes a Difference

Sitting in my office just a few miles from the Baltimore Ravens Training Facility, I’ve watched and read about LaMar Jackson being named this year’s NFL MVP. It got me thinking. Typically, we think of the CEO, Founder, President, or Owner as the MVP. They are the face of the business, the visionary, the risk-taker, […]

Hiring Metrics in the War for Talent

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 […]