An introduction to LinkedIn for the charity sector
The charity sector is currently experiencing some of its greatest challenges in modern memory. However, adversity can also be the catalyst for change and a chance to do things differently.
Most of us know how to use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as we generally use it in our personal life, but the one platform that contains the greatest number of high net individuals is on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn has gone through something of a rebirth in the last few years and I regularly benefit from its networking capabilities. Furthermore, I have recently discovered that the charity presence on the platform is either non-existent or severely underutilised.
This 45-minute coaching session on how to use LinkedIn is totally free! Robert Walmsley from RW Services a Rich Dibbins, a talented marketing consultant, have teamed up to create bespoke training sessions for charities on how to use LinkedIn.
The session will be delivered via a platform called zoom (not death by PowerPoint) – something you’re all probably all too familiar with now.
During this session you will learn how to:
- Build – your network
- Expand – get your message across
- Connect – with the right people
Through this insightful webinar, we will help you with the following:
- How to get the best out of LinkedIn.
- What you need to do and how to utilise some of the key features.
- How to create a GREAT profile
LinkedIn is the largest online professional network with over 600 million active members, and with the right coaching, you will be able to engage new audiences, fundraise and further promote your charitable causes.
In addition to this, they will provide ongoing support to attending members via email following each event. Hopefully, this will help people quickly overcome initial issues and provide the guidance on how to create a great LinkedIn presence.