The Law Management Section offers a Section member the amazing opportunity of free LinkedIn tuition
You’ve read the articles (Growing your bottom line in 2016: Is LinkedIn worth YOUR time? Part 1 and Part 2) and you’re convinced that LinkedIn is a great next step to help your firm build and engage with clients, and ultimately, grow your bottom line. But you could do with a hand. One lucky member of the Law Management Section will have just that – LinkedIn experts Emily Miller and Susan Kench (www.linkedintutors.com), authors of the LMS LinkedIn articles are offering their time for free to a member of the LMS to help them with their LinkedIn journey.
Emily and Susan will work with you to:
- set up your profile (if needed);
- optimise your profile for searches; and
- show you how to use LinkedIn as an effective networking tool by setting small weekly tasks.
You will need to be:
- a Law Management Section member;
- working in a client-facing role;
- keen to learn and willing to devote between 30 minutes and one hour per week for eight weeks to complete the short weekly tasks;
- able to work with Emily and Susan online once a week (15 min) for eight weeks; and
- prepared to write about your experiences for the Law Management Section.
If you’d like to take advantage of this fantastic offer, all you need to do is write a short paragraph (no more than 100 words) explaining:
- what you want to achieve as far as your practice is concerned; and
- why you should be chosen for this exciting opportunity.
Entries should be sent to the Law Management Section e-newsletter editor firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 May 2016.
Emily Miller and Susan Kench are LinkedIn trainers at Marshall Walker Associates, an independent LinkedIn training company. It specialises in helping professionals in the legal, accountancy and wealth management sectors improve their presence on LinkedIn and to use LinkedIn as an effective tool to support their business development and marketing activities. It provides a range of services, including online training.
If you have any questions on the ideas or suggestions raised in this article or if you would like to discuss how LinkedIn could support your firm’s business development strategy, please contact Emily Miller or Susan Kench or visit our website.
Emily Miller is co-author of LinkedIn for Lawyers: Developing a Profile to Grow Your Practice.