When it comes to content, being sensitive to current market conditions and disseminating content and programs that are designed to inform your clients and help them navigate this unprecedented time should be your only guiding principle.

Here are a few things not to do right now during the pandemic when it comes to content and

Cathy Duke is the Chief Talent Officer at Robinson+Cole (she is the first person to have this role at her firm). She spent 20+ years at Proskauer where she was the Legal Director for its top-ranked Labor and Employment Department. Prior to that, Cathy was a white-collar criminal defense and commercial litigation lawyer in private practice. I met Cathy when we both worked at Proskauer, and I always found her to be a great colleague and incredibly smart.

She was recently interviewed about her new role in Hartford Business. Learn more about Cathy in this Women Who Wow profile.
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I wrote a new article for Law.com and the Mid-Market Report on “How To Maintain and Build Your Business During COVID-19.”

As I note, the most important question you should ask yourself right now is “how can we support our clients and our profession during this time?” Let that guide everything you do as a

Join me on Friday, May 1 for a webinar on how to create compelling visuals to accompany your social media posts with a focus on Canva.

As we are all producing a lot of content during the COVID-19 pandemic, how do we make our posts stand out?

In this interactive webinar, I will take

Join me on Friday, May 1 for a webinar on how to create compelling visuals to accompany your social media posts with a focus on Canva.

As we are all producing a lot of content during the COVID-19 pandemic, how do we make our posts stand out?

In this interactive webinar, I will take attendees

‪Thanks for joining me and Kristyn Brophy today for the LMA Northeast Region virtual program on effectively using LinkedIn during the pandemic.

Thanks to John Bologna and Brandie Knox for organizing it and Rob Kates for his technical assistance.

Although you couldn’t see us on screen, we wore shirts to support our hometowns that we

As we are in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, online networking has never been more important to stay top of mind and build connections – whether you have a job or are looking for one.

There are three essential building blocks of LinkedIn – your profile, your connections and your interaction on the platform. I find that many professionals focus on the first one – creating a strong profile, but they don’t take it to the next level by strategically building their network (meaning sending and accepting connection requests) and maintaining a consistent presence through liking, commenting and sharing posts.

Here are some ways you can fire on all cylinders when it comes to strengthening your LinkedIn presence. Remember that LinkedIn is where business professionals gather, do research and look for information especially now.
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Today I’m excited to feature a guest column by Natasha Alladina. She writes:

You know those missed connections ads on Craigslist?

Well, I realized something. I’ve had a bunch of missed connections in my professional life.

Both in real life and on LinkedIn.

A couple of months ago I went to a CLE and

What kind of content should you share on social media, especially during a global pandemic? Here are a few ideas that can be adapted fo any size company.

1. Educational

2. Informational

3. Tutorials (how-to’s)

4. Solution-based

5. Good works (pro bono, community service, giving back)

6. Case studies

7. Events/educational programs

8. Behind the

Today’s LinkedIn tip (via video) is about the notifications section. This area gives you a treasure trove of useful information on job moves, work anniversaries and the accomplishments of your connections.

I have seen new business and renewed relationships come over and over as result of using the notifications section as a catalyst to reach