The June 2014 meeting of the St. Louis Product Management Group was held on Wednesday, June 11, 2014:
Improving Your LinkedIn Profile: How to use LinkedIn to “Sell” Yourself
Meeting are open to everyone — there is no charge to attend. This meeting will be held at the Center for Emerging Technology — see directions and details below. RSVPs kindly requested on our LinkedIn page
About the meeting:
Whether you’re a product manager, business owner, salesperson or job seeker, you’re selling. LinkedIn can help you dramatically increase the number of inquiries you get via LinkedIn AND make those inquires much more relevant and valuable. In this program, Karen ‘The Connector’ Fox will show you:
- Which areas of your LinkedIn profile carry the most weight
- Why so many LinkedIn users fail to generate interest or inquiries
- What to include in your digital resume
- How your image can cost you opportunities
- How to avoid LinkedIn time wasters
Join us on Wednesday, June 11th to learn how to improve the quality of your LinkedIn profile and leverage LinkedIn more for personal and professional advantage.
About the Presenter: Karen Fox is a social media strategist who helps clients generate more opportunities and close more deals. To see the kinds of results Karen’s clients get visit her website at karentheconnector.com.
About the event
Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2014
- 5:30pm: Informal networking and refreshments
- 6:00pm: Introductions, announcements
- 6:15pm: Meeting begins
- 7:15pm: Meeting adjourns, stay for networking/discussion
Center for Emerging Technologies
4041 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
Please park in the CET lot at 4101 Forest Park Parkway. The parking lot is on the northwest corner of Forest Park Parkway and Sarah Ave, thought the entrance to the parking lot is on Sarah. To enter the building from the parking lot, cross Sarah and use the entrance to the Dorris building (set of double brown doors) that is also on Sarah. — the entrance is on Sarah. Attendees will need to be badged in and out of the building though someone will be available to help with that.
Thank you to the Center for Emerging Technologies for hosting!