Jan
28

Removing Connections on LinkedIn

posted on January 28th, 2013 by Colleen McKenna in Career,Development,Hiring,Training with 4 Comments

In my last post, I showed you how to keep from inviting and connecting your entire personal email address book to LinkedIn. But if you missed that and have found that you’ve invited hundreds of people to connect that you never intended to be part of your LinkedIn network, let’s talk about removing connections on […]

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Jan
10

Be Diligent and Systematic to Maximize LinkedIn

posted on January 10th, 2013 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Development,Hiring,Training with 0 Comments

  In my last post, we talked about my new acronym LEADS: LinkedIn Engagement–Authentic, Diligent, Systematic. We covered Engagement and Authenticity in the last post so today we’re going to talk about being Diligent and Systematic. To maximize LinkedIn you need to be both diligent and systematic about how you use it. It needs to […]

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Dec
29

Learn More and Leverage LinkedIn to Drive Sales in 2013

posted on December 29th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Development with 0 Comments

Are you familiar with the rookie quarterback for the Washington Redskins, RGIII? I love his nickname, shortened from Robert Griffin III. RGIII is just so catchy (no pun intended). We all need something a bit catchy to remember what we need to do to drive sales and expand our networks in the New Year: learn […]

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Dec
11

Add Video on LinkedIn–Your Company Page is the Perfect Spot

posted on December 11th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Development,Hiring,Training with 0 Comments

Add video on your LinkedIn Company Page.  A great way to do that is to add video on your Products and Services pages. There is nothing better than showing your services or products in action. Your LinkedIn Company Page is the collective voice of your organization. It’s where people will see not only your employees […]

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Nov
26

Tips to Personalize Your LinkedIn Profile

posted on November 26th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Career,Development,Hiring,Training with 0 Comments

    The Internet has changed our world from one-size-fits-most to individually tailored in one click. When you search you receive what you ask for and you decide to continue or go back and choose something else. LinkedIn delivers a one-to-one and personal experience for you so your LinkedIn profile should be as personal as you can make it. […]

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Oct
30

8 Questions Organizations Should Ask When Choosing a Personality Assessment

posted on October 30th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Development,General with 0 Comments

Shared with permission from PI Midlantic’s october 26, 2012 blog post. In September of 2011, PI Worldwide participated in the 47th Annual ASHHRA Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. As Show Exhibitors for the second year, we had the opportunity to speak with decision-makers from some of the nation’s top healthcare organizations about their business challenges, and […]

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Oct
10

The Power of PI and Group Analytics by Steve Picarde Jr.

posted on October 10th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Development with 0 Comments

I am excited to join PI Midlantic as a consultant.  Predictive Index, Customer Focused Selling and the Selling Skills Assessment Tool (SSAT) provide new tools that provide the necessary insight  around the selection, team building and revenue generation process. I will regularly feature PI Worldwide and PI Midlantic posts and am confident  you will learn, […]

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Oct
08

Endorse Skills for Your Connections on LinkedIn

posted on October 8th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Development,Training with 0 Comments

 You can now endorse skills on LinkedIn for your key connections. It’s a great way to give a quick endorsement validating a colleague, client, prospect’s top skills. It’s a bit like a review. If you endorse someone’s skill your photo will appear on their profile, good awareness for you too. And, you can endorse multiple […]

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