Jun
18

Reporting Up- A Necessary Practice

posted on June 18th, 2019 by Sydney Slavin in General,Leadership,Strategy with 0 Comments

As we are a small company, we all have a part in the process for the majority of our client engagements. Due to the nature of our process and our small team, client projects often are touched by many of our team. It’s imperative for us to have a detailed process and reporting methods in […]

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Apr
09

Do CEOs know what they want? Yes, they do.

posted on April 9th, 2019 by Colleen McKenna in CEOs,Hiring,Recruiting,Strategy with 0 Comments

Do you download content that makes you think? I do. While I’m interested in lots of varied information and am a sucker for a good headline, I know that I’ll be dropped into a sales funnel and a salesperson who most likely didn’t look at my LinkedIn profile or website will begin to send me […]

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Feb
19

Are You Sure Your Content is Share-Worthy?

posted on February 19th, 2019 by Colleen McKenna in Personal Branding,Strategy with 0 Comments

Today, focus on only share-worthy content. In my last post, Your “Like” is Not So Inspiring, I focused on how a “Like” is just not enough anymore. My intent was to encourage, and perhaps, inspire a more strategic pursuit of content sharing to increase your visibility and personal brand Not everything we post is epic […]

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Feb
05

Getting the Most Out of Your LinkedIn InMail Messages

LinkedIn InMail messages have been getting a lot of airtime recently. From webinars to ebooks to A TON of client questions, it seems that this LinkedIn resource that helps you directly message non-connections is simultaneously appealing and intimidating. But have no fear! I send InMails all of the time, (daily as a matter of fact), […]

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Aug
23

The Value Behind Personalizing Connection Requests

posted on August 23rd, 2018 by Sarah Bentley in Essential,General,Quick Tips,Sales,Strategy with 0 Comments

Networking on LinkedIn can be valuable, regardless of your occupation. For business professionals especially, making connections on LinkedIn can sometimes make or break you gaining a new client. Connecting with someone on LinkedIn can potentially be the first step in the marketing funnel, by just making people aware of your business, or getting your name […]

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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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Jul
10

LinkedIn: Know What You Need to Know

Have you ever been charged with presenting something you’re not entirely sure you’re an expert on? If so, you probably thought, “Wow, I can’t do this. I’m not an expert.” Then you realize you better learn it fast. People are relying on you to teach, inspire, and perhaps even entertain them. Something important may be […]

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Jul
03

Don’t Pause Your LinkedIn Outreach in July

posted on July 3rd, 2018 by Colleen McKenna in Hiring,Leadership,Sales,Social Selling,Strategy,Your Network with 0 Comments

Everyone is asking, “Should we pause our LinkedIn outreach in July?”   According to AAA, a record-setting 46.9 million Americans are expected to hit the roads, rails, and sky for the 4th of July holiday.   Considering this stat alone, it’s a valid question. And since so many people have asked that question over the […]

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Jun
21

Your LinkedIn Search Appearances

I’ve had a number of coaching conversations recently that made me realize that it was time to reshare this post from last October. Your LinkedIn search appearances is one of my favorite features on your LinkedIn profile. There is a ton of great information that can be gleaned here. Read on for more information! —————————————————-  […]

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