Learn more about LinkedIn – Join me at IPFW in Sept.

In September, IPFW will offer my LinkedIn class twice: once in the afternoon, and once in the evening. This is a comprehensive look at LinkedIn’s features, along with ample time for questions and answers.

Here’s what others have said about this class:

“Anthony Juliano is a great instructor for the LinkedIn program…His information and ability to explain/teach how the business social media can benefit both the job seeker and companies doing business.”

“Anthony did a great job in leading our class on how to best use LinkedIn. He encouraged class participation and questions thus making it more interesting and interactive.”

“After attending a LinkedIn seminar facilitated by Anthony, I can highly recommend him as a very knowledgeable resource. Despite having a presence on LinkedIn, I had not really developed nor committed to a strategy in using this tool. Anthony provided me the guidance and knowledge about LinkedIn so that I am now motivated to create and support a strategy.”

“Anthony ‘s passion for teaching ‘Linkedin for Professional Development’ really shines through during his presentation. Anthony’s combination of using a professional PowerPoint, hands on instruction and personal experience create a great learning experience.”

See below for dates, times and registration info. I hope to see you there!

LinkedIn for Professional Development and Personal Growth
Wed., Sep. 14, 1 – 4 pm
Register here

LinkedIn for Professional Development and Personal Growth
Wed., Sep. 28, 6 – 9 pm
Register here

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