Thought LinkedIn was just for finding a job?
Today, 546 million entrepreneurs, executives, and working professionals are using LinkedIn to sell products and services, buy and sell businesses, form strategic partnerships, make meaningful connections, and yes, people still use LinkedIn to find jobs.
People are also using LinkedIn to build their personal brands and engage in thought leadership. When you build a strong personal brand and engage in thought leadership you build influence, and through that influence you can make an impact, serve others, and build your career or business in the process.
Josh Steimle, Founder of Influencer Inc, will share:
--The four questions every thought leader must answer
--How he wrote LinkedIn posts that were seen millions of times
--The three-step process to become a thought leader on LinkedIn
Josh Steimle is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur. He has written over 300 articles for publications like Fortune, Time, Forbes, Inc., Mashable, TechCrunch, and Entrepreneur, and is the author of Chief Marketing Officers at Work, which contains 29 interviews with CMOs from organizations like GE, the Harvard Business School, Spotify, Target, and PayPal and was recognized in Success Magazine as one of the 5 Best Business Books of 2016. Josh is the CEO of MWI, a digital marketing firm he founded in 1999 with offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, China, the UK, and the US. Josh is a TEDx speaker and presents to business and marketing events worldwide. He is also the founder of Influencer Inc, a publishing, training, and events company that turns executives into thought leaders. Entrepreneur Magazine put Josh on their 50 Inspirational Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2017 list, Forbes recognized him as one of 25 Marketing Influencers To Watch In 2017, Josh was ranked #7 on Richtopia’s list of Top 100 Most Influential CMOs, and data from social media research firm Leadtail ranked Josh #11 on their list of People Most Mentioned and Retweeted by CMOs. Josh has been interviewed for national TV, radio, and leading podcasts on topics related to technology, marketing, and entrepreneurship, and in Asia, Josh consults with leaders in government on topics related to entrepreneurship and startups. He has held various board positions on or otherwise worked with non-profit entities related to adoption, education, entrepreneurship, economics, and government policy. Josh holds a Masters of Information Systems Management from Brigham Young University (BYU). Josh started his marketing agency while a student at BYU where he won the BYU Business Plan Competition in 2001. Josh was named the Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2002 by the Utah chapter of the Small Business Administration. Josh lives in Shenzhen, China with his wife and two children, and is an avid reader, trail runner, triathlete, and skateboarder. He is an active member of the LDS Church.
SPECIAL NOTE: Since there will be food at this event and room is limited to the first 50 who sign up to come, we will need you to sign up on Eventbrite with this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/personal-branding-for-linkedin-at-slcc-in-sandy-tickets-46411314491
Dinner will be provided. Pizza plus artisan churros from San Diablo!
Yes, this still a free ELP event, but we will not plan to break into tables the second hour like our regular schedule. There will be some great people to talk with about marketing.
Parking is free. This is on the SLCC campus just off I-15. It's the second building in from the road. After entering the building, take the elevator to the third floor and follow the signs to the southwest corner room.
We understand that you are working your business too. Please silence phones and if you need to take calls during the meeting, please step into the hall away from the doorway. There will be free wifi at this meeting and you may use a laptop as needed. You can come/go at anytime. We welcome your participation in helping each other.
9690 S 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070
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