1 CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTRE ASPER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA LinkedIn A Powerful Recruiting Tool! Over 225 million members across 200 countries and territories translating into 19 languages means YOU need to be connected via LinkedIn! With 2.7 million business pages, 1.5 million groups and the ever-increasing number of hiring managers and recruiters turning to the site to hunt for job candidates, it is worth your time to ensure you are represented with a LinkedIn account. Use this resource to ensure your LinkedIn account is giving you the biggest competitive advantage! Why use LinkedIn? Be Found! The only way you can be recruited, is if a recruiter can find you. Here's how to make sure they do: Make certain your profile is 100 percent complete. See below for a complete section on how to get noticed with a great profile! Join LinkedIn's limit of 50 groups. You have immediate access to anyone with whom you share a group. And that means that all these people (including recruiters and hiring managers who lurk there) have access to your profile. Mix it up with different types of groups, like professional associations, companies, volunteer organizations and industries you want to join. Don t forget to join groups relating to alumni, geography, skill sets, and personal interests. Contribute to your groups. Ask intelligent questions, and offer helpful answers in group discussions. These are all indexed, and make you more findable within LinkedIn and through sophisticated Google searches conducted by recruiting researchers. Find Job Opportunities! LinkedIn is so much more than a simple job board! In the main menu bar, click on the "Jobs" tab. You should always use the "advanced" search feature where you can filter jobs by function, organizational level, industry, and date posted. Premium accounts add additional filters you can employ. Each LinkedIn Group now has its own "Jobs" tab. While it looks just like the one in the main menu, it is completely different. Under this tab you can find jobs that are specifically advertised to the particular group, and are not found on the main Jobs tab. The groups Job tab also has what are now called "job discussions." Frequently, you will find jobs in this tab that are not advertised in either of the "Jobs" posting areas. Again, because these particular messages are micro-targeted, you'll have less competition and you gain an advantage. LinkedIn Signal, found in the News tab, is a running, searchable compendium of all the status updates posted by members of your network. You can simply do a search like "hiring (insert your job skill/title)" and easily find out who in your network is looking to hire someone like you.
2 Get Great Information! In essence, LinkedIn is a gigantic database. With imagination, you can use it to keep abreast of just about anyone or anything you want to follow. Under the News tab, "LinkedIn Today" and "Original Articles" provide topical postings from a whole range of thought leaders in different fields. Follow those who write about topics relating to your skills, industry, etc., to keep up to date with the latest buzz. Under the Company tab follow companies of interest. Under the People Advanced Search feature, search for current and/or past employees of any given company. LinkedIn Profile 50% of your success on LinkedIn depends on a great profile! (The other 50% depends on how you use it.) Secrets to a great profile are: a great photo; customized headline your #1 branding statement; a compelling summary ; lots of relevant keywords/search engine optimization (SEO) strategy; readable (you need to attract a human being and an algorithm); creative and complete; contact info included that is easy to find. Remember, before you start making changes to your profile, turn OFF activity broadcasts. (You don t want your boss getting an update if you are looking for a career change!) Photo Ask yourself, would you like to work with that person? Your ideal photo will be a head and shoulder shot only and will show the friendly side of you! Remember to have good lighting often an outside picture works best. Remember, a great shot can come from anywhere, a business suit and professional photographer is not necessary. Headlines This section of HUGE importance is right under name. It is 120 characters and should be customized, do not use the default! In fact, using the default ( title at company ) could work against you if you are looking for a career change. The headline will follow you everywhere, is very searchable and is often the first thing someone notices about your profile, after your photo. Include things that will set you apart from your peers, unique attributes that will market you. Think of your headline as your branding statement - pack it full of SEO keywords!
3 Sample Headlines: MBA Candidate seeking management consulting role strategy, operations, growth. Toronto. Asper MBA. Dean s List. Seeking role in investment banking. Investment analysis, strategic acquisition. Marketing Executive I Strategy, Negotiations I 10 yrs exper I Bilingual English, French I Asper MBA Note: If you have gained relevant industry experience, don t put your MBA first. Listing your education first, brands you as a student. Summary This 2000 character section should be customized do not copy your resume. LinkedIn does not follow the same rules - make it personal, conversational (1 st person) but still professional. Write in short chunks of information avoiding long paragraphs. Your goal in writing your summary should be to market yourself, build your brand, tell your story and resonate with your target audience. Your summary could include: opening statement (goals, where are you targeting, impressive qualifications) brief career background and/or highlights something about MBA where you would best fit in, what are you known for (this is important information that is not typically communicated in a resume) unique work experience/projects videos, rich media, SlideShare presentations contact information, websites, URL s quotes Use headings to organize the content. A great idea to include more keywords in your summary is to add headings such as My coursework and projects included studies in. or Roles that match my expertise include: or Ideally suited to. These headings will help position you competitively if you don t have the exact experience you require or you are making a career change.
4 Sample Summary: I am a senior manager with 15 years experience in operations management, manufacturing engineering, acquisition integration, product development, project management, strategic planning and team development. I am looking for management roles requiring balanced strengths in technical and business leadership skills. I am ideally suited to contribute to: Strategic Management Operations Management Continuous Improvement Business Development Acquisitions Plant Construction Management Scientific Research MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE For 8 years I directed operations with +$20 million profit and loss responsibility for two production facilities. I provided strategic leadership for implementation of lean manufacturing and developed a marketing strategy, and safety, quality and sales programs. On my last project, I drove $2 million US in increased cash flow by focusing managers on cost drivers and waster. We reduced manufacturing, G&A and transportation costs by 2%, %5 and 1% of sales respectively. ASPER MBA I am currently in the Top 5% of my graduating class and I serve as a member of the Asper MBA Student Association (ambasa). My coursework and projects included studies in Negotiations, International Organizational Behaviour, Business Policy Seminar (Strategy Capstone Course), Production and Operations Management CONTACT ME Phone: Experience Remember readable, professional and personal! Again, in this 2000 character section, do not copy your resume but list the significant jobs that built your career. Pack it with keywords (job titles are important in this regard) and include outcomes, results and performance. Use your job title to add keywords to this section. Job titles are not consistent across industries, countries or even companies so clarifying what you are doing can be very advantageous! i.e. Staff Manager (similar to National Sales Manager, General Manager)
5 Sample Experience: Senior Marketing Manager, Healthcare Company ABC May 2008 May 2013 (5 years) I created, executed and oversaw the strategic marketing efforts for the Company ABC Healthcare vertical leading brand development, designing marketing programs, and creating training/sales kits. I developed consistent communications for all audiences and conducted market research to support the business. I drove the campaign from inception to completion, including developing a detailed business case, financial forecasts, staff projections and ROI analysis on marketing activities. IMPACT: Company achieved a significant 94% increase in services post campaign. Also achieved 41% growth in gross ads sales, a 26% increase over the previous year. Co-developed both national and regional trade show strategy and execution plan for Company ABC. Developed, managed and implemented key marketing elements, including advertising, media, promotions, collateral, public relations and direct marketing to support vertical s strategic objectives. Education You are spending the time and money to get an education leverage it! Showcase your MBA and expand with awards, scholarships, leadership roles, affiliations, projects, relevant coursework, and how it prepared you and what you gained. Sample Education: Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba MBA, Finance (expected) My MBA further develops my strategic leadership and business management skill set. In particular studies in Financial Intermediaries and Capital Markets, Investment Policy, International Finance position me to step into Management Analyst, Account Executive, Portfolio Manager, and Controller roles. PROJECTS: Built corporate strategy system and balanced scorecard for ABC Manufacturing identified both financial and business drivers and established metrics/milestones to achieve strategic outcomes. Participated in academic trip to Brazil to better understand business environment, developed business plan to connect to Canadian economy. Participant, Stu Clark Investment Competition Member, University of Manitoba Investment Group Member, University of Manitoba Finance Group Member, Asper MBA Student Association
6 How LinkedIn Can Help You Find a Job 1. Make Time Schedule at least 15 minutes a day to work on your resume, update and check online networking profiles and search job listings. Opportunities come and go quickly, so you need to be in the game on a daily basis. 2. Be Keyword Savvy Make sure your profile is full of keywords that will attract a recruiter s attention. Look through job postings and LinkedIn profiles that appeal to you and incorporate some of the same words or phrases. In addition to job and industry-specific words, include leadership terms (captain, president) and action words (managed, developed, analyzed) 3. Spread The Word To build your credibility and stay on people s radar during your job hunt, regularly update your status on LinkedIn and other social networks. You might share links to articles you think would be relevant to people in your field, events you re attending and good career news. 4. Reach Out Connect on LinkedIn with everyone you know friends, family, neighbors, professors, family friends, internship colleagues and others. When you send a request, always override the canned I d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn, and write a personal note, even if it s a brief, Hey, want to connect? Better yet, put a few minutes of effort into your request. No one likes to receive a form letter. 5. Get Into Groups Beyond connecting to individuals, join LinkedIn groups related to your alma mater, professional associations, volunteer organizations and industries you want to join. Every discussion in which you comment is an opportunity to market yourself to people who might be hiring, and every group also contains a Jobs tab. 6. Search High & Low LinkedIn s job postings don t just tell you who is hiring; they tell you how you are personally connected to that company through your network. Even when you see a job listed on another site, LinkedIn can help you research people at that company and tell you how you are personally connected. No matter where you look for jobs, cast a wider net by altering your search terms and location criteria from time to time. 7. Follow When you see a job you like on another job board, use LinkedIn as a company research tool. Check out the LinkedIn Company Page of any organization where you d like to work and click Follow company. That organizations activity (job postings, hires, announcements) will appear on your homepage and alert you to potential opportunities. 8. Persist (without pestering) Sending follow- up messages through LinkedIn can help you stand out from other candidates. Every time you send someone a message through LinkedIn, the recruiter or hiring manager can easily click over to your profile and check out your credentials.
7 9. List Your Skills This section, below Experience and Education, offers a shorthand way to tell potential employers what you can do. It also gives your connections the chance to endorse you for those skills. 10. Get Recommended! Although they can seem repetitive and gratuitous, they can also be helpful because not only do they show up on your LinkedIn page, they also appear on the page of the recommendation writer, and his or her connects can all read them. Also, recruiters do read them. Like your career summary, recommendations should include meaty specifics about skills and accomplishments. It is 100% acceptable to offer to draft a recommendation for the person you are asking to recommend you! 11. Customize your URL This will drive it (the address of your LinkedIn page on the web) toward the top of a Google search on your name. In the settings section, look for Edit My Public Profile to make this change. Be sure to include this clean and easy to read address to your header on your resume and cover letter. How to Make Quality Connections on LinkedIn What is a quality connection? The answer will be different for each LinkedIn user! Your quality connection or perfect contact will be someone who is relevant to you someone who is connected to your current or desired profession, location and industry. Before you begin the process of searching for perfect contacts, in addition to defining your desired profession, location and industry, define your target companies. Also consider who you want to know you and who do you want to talk about you. While compiling these lists keep the hidden job market in mind, ask yourself who will have access to jobs before they are posted. Now that you have targeted your search, use the following avenues and tips to find your perfect contact: Advanced People Search o Use OR and QUOTATIONS to your advantage to generate relevant results. o Focus on current and past work experience. Someone who is no longer working for a company may actually be more willing to share more information. o The upgraded version claims to return more search results - who has the time to review them all! Suggestion: Be more strategic in your search! Relevant LinkedIn Groups With over 1.7 million groups, ask yourself, what is a relevant group to join? Look at the number of members and the number of discussions. o Big Group: Great for connectivity, you reach a large number of people. o Small Group: Great for discussions, you will get in front of and your discussion content may be noticed by more people.
8 Asper Career Development Centre From Perfect Contacts Profile From your perfect contacts profile, in addition to reviewing their recommendations and connects, for great potential contacts, check out: o People Similar to o People Also Viewed. You have your perfect contacts, now what? Follow these tips on how to communicate with your perfect contact : Connect A great start to expanding your connections. o Here you have limited number of characters (250) and you cannot include an address or website Send Inmail (Get Introduced) Forward a message through a 1 st degree contact o You cannot send to someone who is not a 1 st degree contact. However, if you are members of the same group, mouse over their name and you should see send message, this is the same as the Inmail option. This is another reason to join groups to gain access to contacts! When writing an Inmail message, be concise and following these tips: Subject: Catchy, not spammy. Call on Wednesday? Body Part 1: Content. Kelly, I saw your profile. Through a mutual friend. Body Part 2: Purpose. I am developing a business plan Body Part 3: Call to Action. Could we schedule a call on Signature. Add your personal branding such as website to showcase your work. As your network expands, it may be helpful to track each relationship. Whenever you speak with a contact make notes on the topic of conversation and the date. If action items are a result of the conversation make a note in your calendar to follow-up on a specific date. Resources Used: 1. The New LinkedIn Profile: Powers Tips for Your MBA s, Ross Macpherson, Beyond B-School 2. LinkedIn Contacts: How MBAs Find & Make Quality Connections, Jason Alba, Beyond B-School 3. 3 Ways LinkedIn Can Help You Nab a Job, US News and World Report 4. 7 Ways to Make LinkedIn Help You Find a Job, Forbes 5. Top 10 Online Job Hunting Tips,
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