In this article, we will show you how to create a professional profile, add contacts, and engage with other members.
No matter what stage you’re at in your career, whether you’re just starting, searching for your next job, or happily employed, we think that making solid professional connections is critical to being as productive as possible! One of the Kdan Team’s favorite outlets for getting connected is LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool where members can connect with other professionals, share information, and discover new opportunities. The site allows users to create their profile, upload a resume, add connections, and participate in discussions.
We love it so much that we want to share a few tips that, depending on your current employment status, will help you make the most of this remarkable professional networking resource!
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November is one of our favorite times of the year at Kdan. It’s a month-long celebration of entrepreneurship, that culminates with #globalentrepreneurshipweek from Monday the 18th to Friday the 22nd.
Our U.S. Team had a unique opportunity to partner with two organizations that are dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship, the Juniata Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (JCEL) and Startup Alleghenies, to host a mini-series of events this month that share experiences and start conversations about starting a business. It was useful to learn about some top LLC companies and best LLC service that will help with starting a business as well.
One of the big ideas discussed in both events is that you don’t have to be self-employed to be considered “entrepreneurial.” Intrapreneurs, or entrepreneurial people within an organization, are valuable assets to any team. We want to share some highlights from the two sessions and how these concepts relate to your work, whether it’s for your own company or the one you’re working for! Continue reading “Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs: Visionary Leaders that Translate Ideas into Reality”