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Showcase Your Professional Certifications on LinkedIn in One Click

As a member, having a certification on your profile can be a beacon for opportunity and a powerful way to showcase expertise. On average, LinkedIn members with certifications receive 6x more views to their profile. Today, we are launching Add to Profile for Certifications, to allow members to add professional certifications to their profile in one-click.  In the last year, our pilot partners such as Microsoft, Coursera, lynda.com, HubSpot, and … [Read More...]

For a Company to Rise Above the Rest, the CEO Must Engage on Social Media

To stay ahead of the curve and gain a competitive advantage, CEOs need to be active on social media. … [Read More...]

A Rigid Mind Blocks Success. Try These 5 Strategies for Fearless Leadership.

Be ready to set aside methods of the past. Bring vigorous, flowing thinking to conquer today's problems. … [Read More...]

Capture, Engage and Convert Customers With Visual Branding

To make the greatest impact and differentiate your company from the vast sea of online content, add effective visual elements with these four tips. … [Read More...]

Whether at a Startup or on a Nuclear Submarine, Earn Your Leadership

Barking orders at the people under you may get things done, but will ultimately lead to failure. … [Read More...]

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