How to create a powerful LinkedIn profile to get you noticed

We have ‘linked’ up with Sherry Bevan, author, coach and speaker to help you create a powerful LinkedIn profile that gets you noticed.  We, at Attune Flexible Jobs have been part of a previously successful 10 day LinkedIn Challenge so we know it works and is clear and comprehensive.  There is lots of great tips too.

This is for you if you want to

  • create a powerful LinkedIn profile that gets you noticed
  • make a bigger impact at work and take your career to the next level
  • understand what employers expect to see on your profile
  • develop your expert authority to showcase your experience and achievements
  • build strong relationships and network without being pushy
  • enhance your personal and professional brand

Every day for 10 days, Sherry will send you an email with a short video and a worksheet with a bite-sized task for the day (plus a ‘when you’ve got more time‘ extension task too). You’ll get invited to a private Facebook group where you can share your thoughts, ask questions, get feedback and be inspired.

Sign up <<HERE>> if you want to get noticed on LinkedIn and attract the right opportunities to your profile.


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