How to build your Network and land a job through LinkedIn
Do you know how to Use LinkedIn Effectively? Getting the Best from the World’s Biggest Networking Site!
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional networking platform. It’s also one of the most influential social media networks, with 756 million members. That’s a lot of potential contacts!
Members use the site to keep in touch with business associates, clients, and co-workers. But it can do so much more – boost your profile, build awareness of your brand, and help you to recruit the right people, for example.
Why Use LinkedIn?
LinkedIn offers useful resources for job seekers, providing information, acting as a billboard to highlight your unique value proposition, and making your information public for recruiters who may be looking for what you have to offer.
In our session you will find some quick tips on how to use LinkedIn effectively, along with ideas to help you make the most of all the resources and tools LinkedIn has to offer.
As of 2021, LinkedIn had more than 740 million members in more than 200 countries, including executives from all of the Fortune 500 companies. While individuals use LinkedIn for professional networking, connecting, and job searching, companies use it for recruiting. Also for sharing company information with prospective employees.
So, its also the top online site for professional, social, and career networking. The site functions as an online directory of individual professionals and organizations, and facilitates the process of professional networking without having to leave your office.
you can start using LinkedIn to connect, network, and search for jobs. But do you know how?
This is what Laura Jardine Paterson ,Head Of Communications will include in the talk.
- How to use LinkedIn to find a job
- Ways to Network
- How to build your profile
- Tips to boost your career creating a Network
And much more… Also all your questions you might have!
Laura is based between Beirut and London and is an experienced Communications Consultant with a proven track record in the NGO and ICT sector. Having moved from WPP (a multinational advertising agency) to the NGO sector, Also, Laura has now founded CONCAT, the first web development agency led by refugees and women from countries of conflict, motivated by the idea that employment is empowerment.