When is a 100% Complete LinkedIn Profile Not Complete? Q: When is a 100% complete LinkedIn profile not 100% complete? A: When LinkedIn decides to change the criteria. In February, LinkedIn changed its criteria for a 100% complete profile, and get this–they applied the criteria retroactively! So, what has changed? I am going to refrain from commenting on what I think about the changes and move on to why this is important to you and how you can get this done. I would call that a big deal for those of us who are using LinkedIn to make something happen in our business world and not simply using it as a replacement for our Rolodex. As important as this is, only about half of the respondents to my latest LinkedIn user survey said they have their profiles complete. Go to the top toolbar, scroll over “Profile,” and select “Edit Profile.” You need at least five t o have a 100% complete profile, but you can have up to 50. Simply put, I am pretty sure you have at least 50 friends who are on LinkedIn. First job position 20% Confirm first job position 5%
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7 Tips For Writing A Great LinkedIn Invitation Whether you’re new to LinkedIn or you’re a seasoned user, connecting with new people can be a challenge, especially when you’re not sure what to write in your LinkedIn invitation. You might be tempted to use the generic “I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn” template, but beware! By not personalizing your message, you could lose a precious opportunity to network. Here are seven great tips on writing LinkedIn invitations from our approved career experts: 1. Be Honest “Explain why you want to connect with the person,” says Amanda Haddaway, author of Destination Real World: Success After Graduation For New And Soon-To-Be College Graduates. Dorothy Tannahill-Moran of Next Chapter New Life says honesty is the best policy when trying to connect with someone, especially if you’re looking to do some serious networking. 2. “I get a lot of requests and I always appreciate a brief mention of why the person wants to connect,” says Jenny Yerrick Martin of Your Industry Insider. 3.
LinkedIn's Featured Updates And Company Pages CogniFit - Brain Games TLNT Culture’s role in enabling organizational change Culture’s role in enabling organizational change by DeAnne Aguirre, Rutger von Post, and Micah Alpern Originally published by Booz & Company: November 14, 2013 Culture is critically important to business success, according to 84 percent of the more than 2,200 global participants in the 2013 culture and change management survey. Findings also suggest strong correlations between the success of change programs and whether culture was leveraged in the change process — pointing to the need for a more culture-oriented approach to change. Loading... Culture’s role in enabling organizational changeSurvey ties transformation success to deft handling of cultural issues Strategy& Berlin Carolin Oelschlegel Principal +447825676472 carolin.oelschlegel @strategyand.pwc.com Buenos Aires Ariel Fleichman Partner +541141310432 ariel.ﬂeichman @strategyand.pwc.com Delhi Gaurav Moda Principal +911244998719 gaurav.moda @strategyand.pwc.com Dubai Mexico City New York San Francisco Shanghai Sydney Tokyo Contacts
Infographics - The Undercover Recruiter If you’re an employer, you want to make people want to work for you and your company. Talent Puzzle show you exactly how you can do that below. Takeaways: 1 in 3 applicants submitted by recent graduates are motivated by employer branding. View Article Work / life balance is hard to achieve – but how can you get a great one? View Article The modern workplace evolves as technology becomes more advanced. View Article It’s non-stop news from our friends down at the big L, the other week we reported that LinkedIn now has 15 million users in Britain and now they’ve hit the milestone of 300 million members in more than 200 countries and territories. View Article
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