5 ways to recruit for free on LinkedIn (and 2 that aren’t).
On November 20, 2018 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
Despite the fact that the recruitment industry is so small on LinkedIn, it is still a fabulous place to recruit staff, but you don’t necessarily have to pay to do so. The techniques to recruit on LinkedIn are similar to how you would use it to find any good person but, in this context, you […]Read More
5 Ways LinkedIn can help you do your job right now (Part 1 of 4)
On March 13, 2018 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
Whenever I am talking at a conference I love to ask, “who thinks LinkedIn is a job site?” and you can see a number of hands shoot up as they get harassed by recruiters and see them all over LinkedIn and they’d be right. They are all over LinkedIn (in fact 95% of recruiters use […]Read More
How to get headhunted on LinkedIn without the boss knowing.
On January 30, 2017 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
As January always feels like a flat month after the excitement of Christmas and the New Year, perhaps your thoughts have turned to thinking about a new career or a fresh job opportunity to add some spark into your working life. You might want to let people know on LinkedIn that you are looking, but […]Read More
7 more things you need to do now that drive career success on LinkedIn
On July 19, 2016 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
Our first blog post on how to find a role was so popular we’ve created another! Here are seven more tips on how to maximise your chances of finding the next career step or job role on LinkedIn. 1. Take the opportunity of some quiet time to weed through your network, reach out to those […]Read More
7 things you need to do now that drive career success on LinkedIn
On July 11, 2016 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
We are often asked (by those executives and sales leaders we have worked with previously) how to find their next career step or new role on LinkedIn. Rather than keep this information quiet we wanted to share it with everyone to give them some focus to their efforts, demystify some of the “best practices” that […]Read More