Did you have a linear career? Did your life and career pan out exactly the way planned when you were at university?
Laura Steele is a Lecturer in Business and Society and Ethics and also Responsibility and Sustainability Champion at Queen’s University in Belfast. In this interview, Laura and I talk about how her career has been anything but linear. And yet, this is exactly how the careers of many of the students graduating in the near future will look like. So what can we learn from this? How can we best utilise social media and broadcasting platforms to reflect modern careers? In this episode, Laura shares her best tips on connecting with people through face-to-face social networking. She also talk about the skills and characteristics that the graduates of today need to have to be successful in their future careers.
You will learn…
- How to use face-to-face social networking as a tool for making connections and enabling collaborations in your business.
- What modern careers look like and what skills and expectations you need to have as you enter the workplace.
- How students and companies can optimise the use of LinkedIn to reflect modern careers.
More about Laura
My social media podcast series
If you want to know more about how to use social media for your business, I’ve recently run a series of podcast episodes that you might find useful.
My monthly membership – The Social Bee Academy
I run a monthly membership, The Social Bee Academy, where I can teach you how to raise your visibility online through social media, email marketing, podcasting, blogging, and much more. The first month is only £10 if you use code SOCIAL-BEE-TRIAL. After that, for only £30 per month, you get access to me and the rest of the community to ask for help with anything you need to grow your business online.
If you’re in Northern Ireland, I also run regular workshops to help you use social media for your business, so keep an eye out on Eventbrite for any upcoming workshops you may be interested in.
Social Media Bootcamp
If you’re a regular listener to the show, you’ll know I’m running a bootcamp-style conference on Friday, 31st May 2019 in Belfast at the iconic Titanic hotel, with my friend and colleague Ashleigh Watson of Copper Square Communications, and I’ll be delivering a session on what’s working on social media in 2019.
To find out more about the conference and what to expect from the event, have a listen to episode 77 of the Social Bee podcast – Why I am co-hosting Social Media Bootcamp in Belfast.
For more information and to book your ticket, click here.
*If you’re flying in, book your flight to Belfast City Airport.*
And if you have any questions about the conference or would like more information about where to stay, email me at email@example.com.
More about me.
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