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Devenir un as de LinkedIn® - Les étapes-clés pour renforcer ses relations professionnelles - cover

Devenir un as de LinkedIn® - Les étapes-clés pour renforcer ses relations professionnelles

Maïlys Charlier, 50Minutes.fr

Publisher: 50 Minutes

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Un guide pratique et accessible pour comprendre LinkedInVous n’êtes pas encore inscrit sur LinkedIn et souhaitez commencer à utiliser cet outil de manière efficace ? Ou peut-être possédez-vous déjà un profil, sans savoir comment le booster pour chercher un emploi ou consolider votre réseau professionnel ? Avant de vous lancer, sachez que LinkedIn n’est pas un réseau social comme les autres : il convient de prendre le temps de la réflexion pour savoir quelles informations y mettre en avant en fonction de votre objectif professionnel. Ce petit livre vous aidera à :•  Connaître le fonctionnement de LinkedIn•  Appliquer les bons conseils pour l’utiliser efficacement•  Répondre à vos questions sur ce réseau professionnel•  Et bien plus encore !Le mot de l'éditeur :« Avec l’auteure, Maïlys Charlier, nous avons cherché à présenter aux lecteurs les meilleures astuces pour bien utiliser LinkedIn et ainsi renforcer son réseau de contacts et sa visibilité sur le marché de l’emploi. » Laure DelacroixÀ PROPOS DE LA SÉRIE 50MINUTES | Coaching proLa série « Coaching pro » de la collection « 50MINUTES » s’adresse à tous ceux qui, en période de transition ou non, désirent acquérir de nouvelles compétences, réagir face à une situation qui les incommode, ou tout simplement réévaluer leur équilibre de travail. Dans un style simple et dynamique, nos auteurs combinent de la théorie, des pistes de réflexion, des exemples concrets et des exercices pratiques pour permettre à chacun d’avancer sur le chemin de l’épanouissement professionnel.

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