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Communication COM-008: Leverage LinkedIn
Learning Objective: Students learn how to use LinkedIn to find a job, and build (and protect) their reputation. Special emphasis is placed on developing a network of peers who can help with career advancement. Instructor: Elizabeth Harris
Instructor: Elizabeth A. Harris Elizabeth has over 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, executive management and consulting. In addition to successfully serving in several senior management roles, Elizabeth is a business owner and management consultant. Throughout her career, Elizabeth’s work has focused on business and relationship development. She is driven by a passion for improving people’s lives at work, in turn making businesses more successful. Elizabeth is a strong proponent of community service and is active in several Rotary committees. TopicsThings you can control – resume, application and interviewMaking a great first impressionHow social media creates your real first impressionThe phone interview and your STAR documentsExercisesMock interviewsReadingClass PowerPoint presentationHandout – Great interview questions for YOU to ask
About the Communication Module:
This module is designed to help students communicate their brand in a positive way. Every time you speak to another person, address a group, send an email, post to Facebook, or forward a tweet, you are projecting your personal brand; each of these communications should be a polished reflection of who you are and how you want people to view you. Classes include public speaking, interviewing, writing, and social media. About the Leadership Training Program:What is the Leadership Training Program?The Leadership Training Program is for men and women who want to accelerate their career advancement. Whether just getting started or desiring to move up in their profession, students learn how to define their personal brand, increase their confidence, improve their interpersonal skills, and get noticed by those who can advance their careers. These training courses focus on both basic and advanced skills and show individuals how to be more confident, make strong first impressions, and succeed in a crowded job market. The courses are designed especially for those who want to develop additional capabilities needed to excel in their work and profession.
Class Registration InformationFor class dates and times, please refer to the class calendar. Springboard Academy has a maximum class size of 20 students and a minimum of 5 students. If a class is full, please check for future dates. If a class has not reached minimum enrollment 48 hours prior to the scheduled time, the class will be cancelled. Registered students will receive email notification and will be automatically enrolled in the next available class.Students enrolled in Springboard Academy pay no additional charge for class registration (with the exception of occasional book or incidental fees).Non-students may enroll in classes, subject to space availability, by paying a fee of $125 per class.Registrations may be cancelled up to 48 hours before class without penalty. Cancellations after that time are subject to a $25 "no show" fee.
About the ClassesClasses:Monday through FridayOptions for morning, afternoon and early eveningClass Duration: 1 1/2 to 2 hoursClass Size: 15-20 (minimum class size – 5)Fees:Fee structure ($250/month for 12 months, $50/month thereafter)Small additional material fee applies for some classes.Individual classes can be taken for $125
Additional classes in the Communication Module:Create a dynamic presentation - COM001Deliver a powerful presentation - COM002Master interview techniques - COM003Promote yourself through writing - COM004Create “ahas” instead of “uh-ohs” when writing - COM005Create a personal website - COM006Learn social media rules of the road - COM007Leverage LinkedIn - COM008Manage your Facebook reputation - COM009Take the lead with Twitter - COM010Shine online through visual channels - COM011
Class: Communication COM-008: Leverage LinkedIn 125.00