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Effective communication with remote employees
Strategies for building trust and accountability
Techniques for managing remote teams
1. Add a friendly professional PFP
2. Add an effective headline
3. Add your work experience
4. Create an engaging Summary
Your headline is especially important to help people find you.
An engaging summary will make networking easier.
Endorsements are a great way to leave a positive first impression.
Ask for endorsements from:
- Your employer & co-workers
- Former Employers & Co-worker
LinkedIn search has the best filters of any social media platform, use it:
1. Find location-specific results.
2. Find employees of a specific company.
3. Find professionals in a specific industry.
You're here to make new connections as well.
Connect with people you know AND strangers in your industry:
2. Other professionals
When you connect with people you know, you don't leave a note.
So don't do it for strangers, as that will leave a salesy vibe.
Unless it makes sense: You have an opportunity that you know interests them.
- Be social.
- Reply to comments you get
- Leave thoughtful and positive comments.
The more you interact with people, the more visibility and attention your account will get.
If you're a writer, write.
If you're a developer, show what you're working on.
If you're a web designer, show some websites you've built.
Document your story and growth, and show people what you can do.
Generic Messages will usually get ignored:
Network with purpose:
Look at what they do, and ask an engaging question related to what they do/make a direct request..
If everyone knows you as the person who is good at XYZ, people will come to/refer others to you naturally
• Answer questions
• Share helpful resources you made
LinkedIn Groups are excellent for connecting with professionals in your industry.
To find LinkedIn Groups:
Tap “Groups” below the search bar to get the relevant groups to your search term.
Once you’ve joined some, get into discussions and offer help.
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