Have you looked at your own LinkedIn profile recently? Not really, right? I guess you too could use fresh eyes.
Join this workshop on October 26 at 16:00 via Zoom for this insightful webinar on how to improve your LinkedIn profile and attract the visitors you need. Sit down or stand up and take part in this interactive session to take control of your online branding.
Nope – not another Zoom webinar.
Nope – not an overpaid E-course that only tries to upsell you more services.
Nope – not even a regular offline group workshop taken online.
You can now get an exclusively put together online experience jam packed with the most important tips to get your LinkedIn profile up-to-date and up-to-speed. As this is the first impression most people in a business context will see of you (especially now) this is a great opportunity to have a critical look at your current online image. During the workshop you will learn about the why, how and what of changing important parts of your profile and see real examples from other participants.
This interactive webinar is designed for those who:
At the end of the interactive webinar:
The main result? You will take charge of your online branding and be satisfied about your LinkedIn profile.
***LUCKY YOU: during the webinar, we will discuss a handful of profiles from participants. Let us know in advance if we should use your LinkedIn profile as an example!
You don’t get owt for nowt, so we’re asking you for a small contribution of €4,95
Make sure you save a spot, because we’re only having a few spots available!
About the teacher
Oliver de Leeuw is an allround online communications expert with more than 10 years of experience in training people making the best of their social media branding. He has a background in online marketing, event communications and public speaking. He helps professionals in strategizing their online efforts and getting breakthrough results. Oliver is a straight-shooting consultant, offering tailor-made interactive workshops in storytelling, content marketing and social media.
26 Okt. – 26 Okt.
16:00 – 17:30