23 May '12, 9am

Nine minutes is optimal time spent on daily career management, says @LinkedIn

Build your network – building and maintaining relationships are a major component of a successful career. Maintain relationships by recommending and congratulating others in their careers. Request recommendations from your network as credibility is critical. Document achievements and wins on your LinkedIn profile to stay current and relevant. Update your status every day and make sure your profile and photo is current. Expand on your thought leadership; lead a discussion on social networks; publish an article; start a blog; speak publicly or recommend books. Use the power of video and create a video bio of yourself. Source staff – one of a manager’s hardest jobs. If you build your brand community, you’ll create fans who want to work for you. Research — Make an effort to get to know more about your clients or partners and competitors.

Full article: http://sgentrepreneurs.com/toolkit/2012/05/23/nine-minute...

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