LinkedIn Workshops2018-01-13T16:38:07+08:00

LinkedIn, for Job Seekers and Career Developers – Saturday 10th February, 9.00am – 1pm $197

Do you need to create or update your LinkedIn profile…?

Find out how to work LinkedIn so that it works for you – both by improving your profile, being found and gaining more quality connections to develop your career. If you are currently job seeking (either passively or actively), this knowledge can boost your LinkedIn presence, enhance your job prospects and help recruiters and employers to find you more easily.

It is recommended that you have already set up a basic profile before attending this session, which is designed for those looking to further career connections and/or gain new work opportunities, or currently job seeking.

Find out:

– About the importance of the LinkedIn Headline

– The importance of a good photo. BONUS: A new professional headshot taken before the workshop (included)!

– What your profile summary should contain

– Should you put everything on LinkedIn, or be more selective?

– What is the LinkedIn etiquette? How do I choose which connections to accept?

– How much time should I spend on LinkedIn when I’m job seeking? Where do I find opportunities?

Please bring along your burning questions for a fast paced Q&A session. Your LinkedIn profile and presence is guaranteed to improve following the actions you take from this workshop – or your money back!

Bring: your curious questions about LinkedIn. No need to bring any devices, but you are welcome to bring a laptop, smart phone or tablet if you wish to “play along”.

Includes: A review of your new (or re-written) profile summary included, within 14 days of the workshop AND a profile picture (headshot, with white background, taken by photography student). Also, a chance to network with fellow participants and enjoy a delicious and healthy morning tea!

Presenter / facilitator: Lois Keay-Smith, Director of Career Wisdom. Lois is a career counsellor and career coach of 11+years experience, with a Masters degree in Career Development. She has worked with a variety of clients from graduates to executives, including being career advisor for the Western Force Rugby Union team and a consultant for Redkite’s Career and Education program in WA, working with young people with cancer. Lois has enjoyed a “portfolio career” over the past decade, successfully winning jobs and contracts herself and helping others do the same.

Queries: Please contact us with any questions you may have. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

For more information and bookings:  Saturday 10th February 2018 / Saturday 17th March 2018