LinkedIn For Senior HR Professionals For The Australian Human Resources Institute
Date: Wednesday 13 August 2014 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Organisation: Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI)
Invitation from: Nadelle Legge
Introduction: Oliver Davey
Topic: “LinkedIn for Senior HR Professionals”
Follow up session LinkedIn for Young HR Professionals on 23 October 2014
LinkedIn has over 300 million members worldwide and over five million of them are Australians. If your name is Googled, your LinkedIn profile is likely to appear on the first page of search results. Now is the time to update your profile, before you start looking at your next career option.
Date: 13th Aug 2014 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Duration: 1 hour
State: VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA, TAS, NT, ACT
Non-Members $30.00 REGISTER
Member $20.00 REGISTER
Join us at this informative, interactive and practical webinar where you will learn how to:
. complete your profile to maximise your search results
. showcase your skills, achievements, knowledge and networks without appearing old fashioned
. maintain your perceived value in the current HR market
. decide what to share and what not to share online
. keep your network alive and have multiple career options available
. continue to build network relationships
. create a profile that will enable you to be head hunted for your next role
This session is designed for:
. HR professionals in an organisation in the mid to later stages of their career
. HR consultants working on a contract, freelance or part time basis
. individuals wanting to improve their LinkedIn profile for either their career or next consulting opportunity
. recruitment professionals who need to review LinkedIn profiles as part of the job selection process
. career development professionals who advise their clients on how to maximise LinkedIn
LinkedIn was started on 5 May 2003 and Sue Ellson joined on 21 December 2003 and she is one of the first 100,000 LinkedIn members worldwide. Her profile is in the top 1 per cent of viewed profiles and she has over 4,500 connections worldwide.
Sue has been actively involved with international human resources since 2000 and has been the voluntary convenor of the International Human Resources Management Network in Victoria for AHRI since 2007 and in March 2014, became a Councillor on the Victorian Council of AHRI. As the publisher of several websites, advisor to Australian and international job seekers and consultant to businesses, Sue regularly generates local and international content, work and business opportunities directly through LinkedIn.
As an Independent LinkedIn Specialist, Sue launched Linked In Australia in August 2013 as an online tool to help individuals with their work, career or business. Sue has published various articles on the topic of LinkedIn, provides training workshops for small groups, speaks at various professional events and provides private client consultations to both individuals and businesses.
Audio and Visual Recording:
Download the 60MB .WMV file lasting 1:01:13 recording of Sue Ellson’s presentation here
Thanks very much for your time and insights in today’s great webinar, it was very interesting and enjoyable, good to get some tips and tricks. Liked how you mentioned it was an extension of personal brand.
Thanks for today’s AHRI webinar on LinkedIn.
Many thanks and warm regards
Thank you for presenting at the AHRI Webinar this afternoon, it was great to hear you run through the content and tips. The thing most helpful was the confirmation of how important LinkedIn is for networking and the definite change in resourcing and recruitment with the stats that backed this up about profiles viewed.
Thanks for the great information about Linkedin
Thanks for the webinar today I found it very useful re improving my LinkedIn use :-). The things I took away were ‘photo, headline, summary’ – which I need to check on mine. Also, how to access some of the settings to stop everyone being advised I have a new job every time I fix up a typo! The suggestion to export pdf profile and download contacts 3 monthly is also a good one and I will get onto that too. Leaving old email addresses and tagging people are also good advice.
I enjoyed your webinar this morning Sue, lots of good tips that I look forward to exploring. Your session has shown me how to complete my profile and connect to relevant professional groups. It’s also given me an appreciation of how using LinkedIn can promote HR as a profession. The webinar introduced me to how we might use LinkedIn for recruitment, with very useful information and also how to use the professional groups for networking and expanding my own knowledge base.
Thanks again Sue,
Hi Sue, Just a quick word to say thanks for the AHRI presentation on LinkedIn yesterday. Always a few tips to pick up and appreciated your experience and generosity in sharing.
I found the more technical pointers really useful – like being able to print a pdf of your profile (or somebody else’s) and use the statistics for something meaningful. All in all, this was a really useful session. Good value!