February 25, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
MDNA Webinar, presented by AMEA via Online
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Leveraging LinkedIn to Grow Your Business


Webinar Lunch & Learn 

Meet the Expert

Presenter: Jen Dalton, CEO of BrandMirror

What You’ll Learn  

 Jen will walk attendees through three critical areas when it comes to leveraging LinkedIn more intentionally to grow your business. She will cover:

  • How to get your LinkedIn profile to work for you when you are not there. Jen will update a profile in real time so you can see how to make changes and know what you need to do to make your profile represent you and your business better.
  • Identify and develop your visibility strategy: what content to share, how to curate and create content. Jen will highlight a tactical plan for how to use LinkedIn in an efficient and timely manner so you are not out of sight, out of mind.
  • Share a real example of a business development plan for you to see and understand how to leverage LinkedIn as a part off your revenue making strategy

Join Jen Dalton as she provides an interactive and engaging session on how to get the most out of the top professional platform that serves over 380 million professionals.

Jen Dalton HighResBioPhoto (002) webinarJen Dalton, CEO of BrandMirror, has over 15 years of experience in strategy, marketing and coaching. Recently, Jen published The Intentional Entrepreneur, which is a best seller on Amazon Kindle. The book focuses on how to build a personal brand that complements and grows your business intentionally. She specializes in building your digital thought leadership on LinkedIn and other social media. She has spoken to and coached thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs about defining their brands, crafting their stories, and how to stand out. She is an international speaker and has worked with companies like GE, IBM, Capital One, 1776, C-Lever, and more. In addition, Jen joined the Executive Coaching team in 2014 at Georgetown University and dedicates time each month to work with their Executive MBA candidates. She believes you need to be a noise-breaker, not a noise-maker.