We’re inviting you to have a productive lunch break and join us for a free, virtual workshop to talk about two of our favorite things: Twitter and LinkedIn.
We all know that these are great platforms to connect with others, but we have some of our own expert tips and tricks on how you can use them as efficient, time-saving tools toenhance your recruitment efforts and build your pipeline of young talent.
These tools offer all kinds of features that most people aren’t taking advantage of, and we’re going to give you the inside scoop on all of them.
You will leaving knowing how to consistently build your network and pipeline by using Twitter and LinkedIn for yourself.
Some key topics we’ll cover include:
- The difference between posting on LinkedIn and writing a LinkedIn article.
- Pro tips for live-tweeting at events.
- The best tools for scheduling your social media posts.
Not to mention, this is a great opportunity for you to connect with fellow social media-savvy recruiters, hiring managers, and HR professionals.
This 90-minute workshop will be held by FindSpark Founder & CEO, Emily Miethner, an expert in millennials, social media, and networking.
She’s spoken about these topics at The International Youth Leaders Assembly at The United Nations, SXSW Interactive, Lean In NYC, Internet Week, Mediabistro’s Social Media Bootcamp, Time Inc, Columbia University, Princeton University, and New York University, among others, been featured in The New York Times, U.S. News, and Fast Company, and written for Mashable.
On top of an in-depth look into how to maximize your time on these social media platforms, we’ll also cover some info on fun and time-saving FindSpark programs like:
- Custom Inside Look events
- Large-scale recruiting events
- Branded content to add value to your recruitment calendar for 2016
- Case studies on how FindSpark employers like HBO, Blue Apron, BuzzFeed, L’Oréal, and Univision have used our resources to meet their objectives in recruitment, diversity, and employer brand exposure.
The workshop will include a 60 minute presentation, followed by 30 minutes for Q&A.