Earlier this week I spoke to an alumni group of my alma mater New York University about how to use LinkedIn to build your personal brand. Given the platform’s significance in our digital age, having a strong LinkedIn presence is essential. For those who couldn’t attend or are keen to optimize their profiles, here are some key tips from the discussion that are both practical and effective. Let’s get started!

In an era where consumers are looking for transparency, authenticity and engagement, the importance of a strong social media presence for business leaders cannot be understated.

A recent study by Edelman reveals that a whopping 82% of people are more likely to trust a company when their senior executives are active on social media.

But how can organizations tap into leveraging their leadership’s brands, especially when their top executives are either too busy or hesitant to dive into social media?

LinkedIn has become the go-to platform for business professionals of all levels and industries seeking to grow their network, share insights and tap into industry trends. However, like any other social platform, LinkedIn can quickly become overwhelming. But with intentionality, you can make your LinkedIn experience more manageable and effective. Let’s explore into how to create a LinkedIn strategy with intention.

In the digital age, where our online presence is often as important as our real-life one, personal branding has become crucial. Especially on platforms like LinkedIn, which has transformed from a simple job-seeking tool to a robust networking, learning and business development platform. But how can you leverage this platform for personal branding growth? Let’s explore.

Junior partners and associates face unique challenges. Beyond understanding the intricacies of the law, they must also establish a unique professional presence. Building a strong personal brand and network in the industry is crucial for junior lawyers for several reasons: it accelerates professional growth, opens doors to diverse opportunities, distinguishes them in a saturated market, fosters trust and credibility with clients and peers, and lays a solid foundation for future leadership roles and influence.

In today’s digital landscape, maintaining a streamlined online presence is essential for professionals across all industries. One subtle yet impactful way to enhance your digital footprint is by personalizing your LinkedIn profile URL. A custom URL not only makes your profile more accessible but also reflects a proactive approach to professional branding. Let’s delve into the nuances of this feature and its significance in your LinkedIn strategy.

The concept of brand management, once solely linked with corporations and products, has dramatically shifted over the past few decades. Today, professionals and executives aren’t just building a brand for their firms; they’re building a brand for themselves. As the digital landscape evolves, so should your personal brand. But how do you ensure it’s evolving in the right direction?