Learn how to tap into the power of LinkedIn to build a professional network, establish your digital footprint, & stay up-to-date!Register now
Wed 18 May 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
UCOL, 18 Princess Street, Palmerston North Central, Palmerston North 4410
Are you on LinkedIn? Yes? Good. No? You should. Why?
Learn how to tap into the power of LinkedIn to build a professional network, establish your digital footprint, stay up-to-date in your industry, and much more.
With more than 450 million professionals worldwide, capturing the attention of even a fraction of this network can lead to internships, jobs, and valuable connections.
Manawatū Young Chamber is hosting “Power of LinkedIn” workshop on Wednesday, 18 May, 5:30 pm for students, young professionals and for anyone looking to enhance their LinkedIn presence to further their career aspirations.
Our partners are Massey University Student Enterprise, Chiasma Manawatū, Network of Skilled Migrants Manawatū, UCOL and Manawa Tech.
In this workshop, our facilitator Ramola Duncan will cover why digital networking is valuable and shares best practices to connect and build your professional network. She will discuss effective ways to build your brand and publish content that are most effective for digital networking, and provides specific steps for reaching out and being successful at connecting. Plus, you will learn how to showcase your ideas and skills and gain the attention of peers, recruiters, and future employers.
We will be covering the following points:
1. Strengthen your profile
2. Build your LinkedIn network
3. Digital footprint: Build your brand
4. Best practices
5. Publishing on LinkedIn
6. Digital networking strategies
Please bring your laptop. This is a FREE event but registration is required for catering purposes.
Register here https://www.manawatuyoungchamber.nz/event-details/power-of-linkedin
Chair & Advisor - Manawatū Young Chamber
Ramola Duncan has completed her Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Philosophy in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations and Master of Education in TESOL Leadership. She has extensive experience in event management and has developed and delivered language, soft skills, club governance and employability training programs in the business and education sector. She has previously taught Small Business Management course at School of Management- Massey University and worked in the Careers and Employability Department as Careers Associate.
She is a highly skilled, detail oriented, hardworking and self-motivated young professional with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and has been involved with Rotaract and Rotary International for over 10 years.
Currently, she works in the Massey University as the Coordinator - Events and is a member of Rotary Awapuni and facilitator in the Rotary District 9940 Learning and Development Team.