RiverRhee Consulting offers 1:1 tutorials on how to use LinkedIn to develop your business


18-09-2009

LinkedIn is being used by more than 60 million people, as an invaluable tool to connect with others, find new clients, employees and employers, and develop individuals and businesses. Sign up for a unique 1:1 tutorial to help you make the most of your LinkedIn profile.

Elisabeth Goodman is the Principal Consultant at RiverRhee Consulting.  She has several years' experience of using LinkedIn both as an individual, and for developing her consultancy.  RiverRhee Consulting specialises in helping business work groups and project teams enhance their effectiveness for greater productivity and improved team morale.

In this unique 1:1 tutorial, delivered at your work place, or online via Skype, Elisabeth will review your profile, and help you make the most of the various features of LinkedIn to develop your business.

For testimonials from previous customers, and to see how Elisabeth is making use of LinkedIn herself, see her profile on LinkedIn.

RiverRhee Consulting is a member of the Cambridge Network, and offers additional courses through TFPL, and UKeIG which are especially geared for Information and Library professionals. Please see our profile in the Directory.

 

When I started RiverRhee I knew that I wanted to make a difference to individuals, managers and teams in the workplace. I thought then it was about sharing the principles, methodologies and tools that would enable them to do their best thinking.

I soon realised that it’s all about people too: if we can understand ourselves and others better, we can learn to communicate and interact with each other better, be more productive and deal with change more effectively.

Both of the above are still part of the mix, but my focus now is on the inner brilliance that is within each of us: how we can choose and learn to express that more vividly and consistently in our work and in our everyday life. I look forward to exploring these three levels with you.

Elisabeth Goodman

RiverRhee Consulting