Webinar: Telling your Organisation’s Story on LinkedIn

Webinar Overview

This session will focus on examples from average organisations that are typically 50-1000 staff rather than the large multi-nationals or uber-cool start ups that are typically used as case studies for this type of content.

This interactive webinar will cover:

  • How everyday “average” organisations are telling their story through Social Media
  • How to start telling your story and why you need to set personal/team targets
  • Finding great content ideas
  • Measuring your success and improving your strategy

Your Trainer

Adrian McDonagh

EasyWeb Group

Adrian founded EasyWeb in 2005. Ran his first workshop in 2009 and has not been seen back at EasyWeb HQ since. Seriously though, Adrian loves training almost as much as he loves poking around and working out how best to utilise recruitment websites like Indeed, Glassdoor, LinkedIn etc. Over the past 10 years, he’s trained over 10,000 HR professionals gathering insights and feedback that he’s repackaged into his own original ideas. He would love to write a book on recruitment but struggles to write a daily update to his LinkedIn followers.

Click here to view Adrian’s LinkedIn Profile

Who should attend?

Our free workshops & webinars are for HR Professionals and In-house recruiters at UK based organisations. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate attendees from other business areas. We regret that our events are not open to recruitment consultants, or anyone working for an RPO or job board (within any department).

If you wish to attend but are not a HR professional or In-house Recruiter, please contact us at info@easywebtraining.com to find out if you are eligible to attend.

To view our webinar Terms and Conditions please click here.

EasyWeb Group does not share any of your personal information with third parties unless we are hosting an event with an external individual/organisation, in which case, some of the information you provide us will be shared with the said party only.

Upcoming Dates & Times

Tuesday 2nd July 2019
10:30am – 11:30am GMT