Is your LinkedIn profile positioning you for a board role? Could you be missing out on NED opportunities?
Finding your way on to the shortlist for the best roles can be a demanding process that requires considerable forethought – and networking. An effective LinkedIn profile is an essential networking tool that needs to position your non-executive strengths and experience perfectly to catch your target audience’s eye.
With over half a billion members, LinkedIn is the world’s premier professional networking site. An incredible 97% of head-hunters use LinkedIn as their primary candidate source. So you can’t really afford not to be there.
Women on Boards is partnering with former blue-chip Recruitment Manager and Headhunter Victoria McLean to bring you this one-hour, interactive webinar. Victoria is the founder and CEO of City CV, a multi-award-winning international career consultancy firm, established in 2009. Victoria is frequently featured in leading media, including BBC Radio, Channel 4, the Guardian, the Telegraph and the Financial Times.
In our one-hour live, interactive, online session, Victoria will provide practical tips on how to write a compelling NED LinkedIn that will drive your portfolio career forward, and how to use it to move up the rankings and expand your network in a competitive market.
- Make your LinkedIn profile shine with the best keywords
- Exploit LinkedIn algorithms to beat the ‘LinkedIn Robots’
- Essential competencies in a NED LinkedIn profile
- Portray yourself as an invaluable commodity to a Board (public and private sector)
- Develop your online brand for your sector – governance, shareholder value, transformational change, networks, your unique Board differentiator, challenge and more
- The ideal Board headline and summary - why every character counts
- The perfect upload and privacy
- Expand and manage your network
- The best LinkedIn groups for you
- Be an ‘Expert’ in your niche - blog, share, excite
- Live Q&A
Join us on 19th June 2019, from 12.30-1:30pm
If you are not able to join this interactive session on the day, please register and we will send you a recording following the event.
Speakers - Victoria McLean, CEO City CV
As CEO and founder of City CV, Victoria McLean has devoted her career to guiding professionals at all levels with career transition and development. Over two decades, she has worked with thousands of cross-industry-sector individuals, from graduate to CEO, as well as delivering bespoke outplacement, corporate branding, employability and recruitment services to businesses and HE providers across the globe.
Having completed an Industrial Economics degree, she spent her earlier career in London and Sydney, resolving skills gaps, improving recruitment and nurturing sustainable relationships at recruiters TMP and Robert Walters.
In 2004, she joined Goldman Sachs, where she led on-site recruitment, optimised data intelligence and galvanised teams across several high-profile divisions. In 2005, she transitioned to Merrill Lynch, where she delivered insight that transformed recruitment strategy and influenced multinational resource allocation across Investment Banking, Research and Equities.
In 2009, Victoria established City CV, bridging a market gap for top quality CV writing, LinkedIn profile writing, content creation, career coaching, interview coaching, career transition and employability services, as well as aligned corporate branding.
Rowena Ironside, Chair, Women on Boards UK
Rowena spent 25 years as an executive in the ICT sector, starting out writing software in Australia; building an IT services business in London; and running international services businesses in the software and hosting industries. Rowena has been a non-executive member of boards in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors since 2006. She has been Chair of Women on Boards in the UK since its launch in 2012 and currently sits on the boards of the Digital Catapult and the Cabinet Office Elections and Registrations Division.
Date: Wednesday 19th June Time: 12.30-1.30pm
Price: Free for WOB Subscribers and £25 for Non-Subscribers