Professional Development, Social Media
On LinkedIn, January is usually overrun with motivational listicles and self-promotional posts, the start of 2020 has seen a shift to content dedicated to the Australian bushfires.
Marketing, Social Media
Many LinkedIn users are missing the mark, partly due to the explosion craze of people posting videos filmed in their own cars.
Unless you are a prime minister, famous celebrity or global business superstar, you should personally be steering your own LinkedIn activity train.
We have all stuffed up and will do so again in many different ways. After all, we are not robots and mistakes are part of life and the human condition.
Recruitment & Hiring
The notion that age is a realistic predictor of relevance and value is bollocks. There are so many other components to throw in the evaluation pot.
This is an impassioned wake-up call and a plea to leaders and managers to treat young workers with compassion and kindness.
Many men are following a career path and direction that can be mildly unfulfilling at best and absolute daily torture at worst.
Are individuals and businesses buying fake followers and engagement on LinkedIn? Yes, they are, and at growing levels in Australia and globally.
The 'coffee catch-up request bullshit’ epidemic needs to be immobilised in 2019. We must sip some collective truth and call it out for the poppycock it is.
We simply cannot trust who we cannot see. And it is for this reason business owners must share their photo and contact details online.