As everyone in the business community navigates through COVID-19 using remote channels and actively engaging social media, LinkedIn is a great way to remain professionally connected. LinkedIn is a valuable tool to show connections what you are doing, and how you can provide value to them. Consider the following activities to boost your connections and stay engaged.
Firms and organizations are sometimes faced with having to disengage a client and often do not employ appropriate communication skills to effectively terminate a professional relationship. There are various reasons why firms decide to disengage or fire a client.
As we enter into fall, COVID-19 is still playing a central role in how we manage our businesses, maintain relationships with existing clients, and attract new clients remotely.
This is new territory for many business owners, managers, and directors who are faced with communicating remotely and being effective in those communications.
You’ve spent more than seven years in college and then law school to pursue the dream of becoming a successful attorney. You nailed the bar exam. You’re ready to hang out your shingle and welcome the droves of clients eager for your services.
But how do you find the right clients?
While lawyers and service professional staff are actively invested in their personal LinkedIn Profiles, many firms and organizations do not have Company Pages. Or, if they do have Pages, they are not maximized to their fullest potential.