LinkedIn Strategies for Career Development

LinkedIn Strategies for Career Development
Whether you are an executive seeking a job or looking to strengthen your network, social media is a virtual networking goldmine - offering endless opportunities to expand your connections, shorten the time to landing that next job, and increase future career prospects. You are personally invited to a complimentary webinar on how to leverage the power of LinkedIn. This webinar will save you from floundering through the steep learning curve that mastering LinkedIn presents. Find out exactly what LinkedIn insiders know that aids them with ongoing career development and accelerating their job search results! During this FREE webinar, you will learn about:
  • LinkedIn Profile Optimization for Networking and Job Search
  • How to Stand out as an Expert in Your Industry
  • How to Impress Hiring Managers with Your Credentials
This webinar is presented by Cheryl Palmer, M.Ed., CECC, CPRW, president of Call to Career. Call to Career is an Executive Coaching Firm. Ms. Palmer has serviced thousands of clients to date and is the founder of Call to Career, a career coaching firm that assists people in finding their niche or calling in life as well as finding new employment in a difficult economy. Before embarking on this business venture, she served as the director of the Career Resource Center at the U.S. Department of Transportation as a contractor. The Center provided monthly career seminars as well as customized seminars for special groups, career development computer programs, a video learning laboratory, a career development library, and individual career assistance. As a career expert, Ms. Palmer has been quoted or appeared in media outlets such as:
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • Fox Business News
  • CNN
  • MarketWatch
  • The Ladders
  • ExecuNet
  • HotJobs
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