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20 Lessons (1h 10m)
    • 1. Introduction to Networking on LinkedIn

    • 2. Who is Teddy Burriss - LinkedIn Coach & Trainer

    • 3. Why Network on LinkedIn

    • 4. Finding People on LinkedIn Overview

    • 5. LinkedIn Search Page Overview

    • 6. Searching for Companies on LinkedIn and Beyond

    • 7. Filtering LinkedIn Search Results

    • 8. Searching for LinkedIn Member Relationships

    • 9. Using LinkedIn Groups to Network

    • 10. LinkedIn People You May Know Page

    • 11. Sending LinkedIn Invite

    • 12. Accepting a LinkedIn Invite - part1

    • 13. Accepting a LinkedIn Invite - part2

    • 14. Engage Immediately with your LinkedIn Network

    • 15. Stay In Touch with Your LinkedIn Network

    • 16. Help Your LinkedIn Network

    • 17. You Can Ask for Help, When They Trust You

    • 18. Keep Growing your LinkedIn Network

    • 19. Move your Networking to IRL

    • 20. Summary


About This Class

"Networking is finding, developing, and nurturing relationships that mutually move people forward through life.” @TLBurriss

No matter where you are in your career, networking is important. And when used properly, LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool.

At the end of 2016, there were more than 467,000,000 people with LinkedIn Profiles. Most of these are business professionals, however the industries and job titles represented on LinkedIn are broad and diverse.

I’ve also discovered that often the people on LinkedIn are open to connecting and having relevant conversations, as well as a great way to connect with people who are not on LinkedIn.

In this course, you learn how to find the right people with whom to connect on LinkedIn and how to create business and career value from your LinkedIn Network.

During this course, we review the best practices of accepting a LinkedIn Invitation and of sending LinkedIn Invitations. You also learn what to do once you do connect with someone on LinkedIn. This is critical; otherwise all you are doing is collecting digital business cards (connections).

The objective of this class is to share with the students:

  • Exploring methods of using the LinkedIn search tools.
  • Identifying the best practices of sending and accepting LinkedIn Invitations.
  • Discovering the best practices of connecting and building professional relationships on LinkedIn.
  • Identifying the best ways to engage with your network in order to move a virtual connection closer to a business connection. 

Note - even though it is not a prerequisite, I do recommend you consider the first two classes I created:

Using LinkedIn as a Business Tool

Building a LinkedIn Profile