Tue, Dec 15|
Microlearning: How to Stand Out as a Thought Leader on LinkedIn w/Callie Schweitzer
Now more than ever, having a presence on LinkedIn and digital platforms is crucial to professional success.
Time & Location
Dec 15, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EST
About the event
Did you know that LinkedIn has 706+ million global members?
If you're a professional who wants to branch out as a thought leader in your industry, LinkedIn is an excellent place to gain visibility, demonstrate your credibility or expertise, and create valuable discussions within your industry's community. During this microlearning, Callie Schweitzer will walk us on how to stand out as a thought leader on LinkedIn.
Join us for the second installment of our Microlearning series where we discuss "How to Stand Out as a Thought Leader on Linkedin" on December 15, 2020, from 5 pm-6 pm EST.
This microlearning features our special guest, Callie Schweitzer, Senior News Editor at LinkedIn. Callie leads the editorial coverage of the marketing industry for the platform’s 706+ million global members. Before joining LinkedIn, she founded The Callie Co., an advisory firm that worked with FORTUNE 500 brands and top executives to increase reach, relevance, and revenue. She was the Chief Content Officer at Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global, overseeing editorial and corporate content, advertising sales, and The Thrive Global Podcast. She has held senior leadership positions working across editorial, audience, marketing, and revenue at Time Inc. and TIME, Vox Media, and Talking Points Memo. She has been widely recognized for her impact, including being named twice to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Media list, referred to as “the future of media” by Business Insider, named an AdWeek Future Publisher, and selected as one of TIME’s 140 Best Twitter Feeds in the World.
Our C7 microlearning series is focused on how to elevate your career through short training modules. The micro-learnings are bite-sized and actionable. Our participants' goal is to "take action" 1-3 immediate actions after an event. This is in a peer setting where participants help hold each other accountable.