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Adding New Contacts on LinkedIn the Right Way

Let’s admit it folks, some people simply use Linkedin wrong. One of the biggest issues I’ve noticed lately is people using the generic “Invite Message” when adding me as a contact. 566 more words

Social Media

Reflections on Manchester NLPN

Yesterday I attended the Manchester New Librarians Professional Network to deliver a presentation to delegates on the topic of Interview Presentations.

The event was themed around interview preparation and consisted of me and David Stewart (Director of Health Libraries NW) giving interview preparation and presentation advice, and the opportunity for three new professionals to gain experience in delivering presentations on a topic of their choice. 1,818 more words


Bristol Who's Who Networking Forum

No business is an island and having a solid network is the foundation of every successful business. Discover how you can create a flourishing business network with Bristol’s Who’s Who.


Bristol Who's Who

Connecting Occupational Therapists in the 21st Century

“Start a blog” they say. The trendy people anyway. “It’s good for your career!”.

The academics, who may well be 25 years behind everyone else say, “don’t bother with blogging, it’s not peer reviewed. 141 more words

Connecting Professionals


I’ve sipped my tea then let it fester
Now I search in vain for a wrigleys extra
The seminars over but I’m stuck to my seat… 90 more words

Poems For Performance

The Rise and Rise of professional networking

The Rise and Rise of professional networking

In the early days of social media, when My Space ruled the roost, having an online profile was reserved for the teen and tween generation – talking about the latest music and socialising was the order of the day. 549 more words

Reputation Marketing

HSV Professional Networking

As both an individual and an integral member of my organization, I am interested in learning the thoughts of Huntsville business leaders concerning the nature of professional networking.