Helping Solo Professionals Develop and Grow Their Businesses and Effectively Serve Their Clients
Social Media Tips for Consultants and Environmental Professionals
The SPC and the Society for Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP) are partnering to bring you this workshop.
Social media can improve your personal brand and advance your career. Your LinkedIn profile will be at the top of the list when someone searches for you on the Internet. Does your social media presence give a prospective client or employer a compelling reason to hire you?
In this session, Patrick O’Malley will show you how to use social media more effectively. You will learn an easier way to expand your network, identify potential connections, and find new business opportunities.
Some take-aways will include:
Attend this workshop to learn how to use social media without wasting time. You’ll also laugh a little while you’re learning it.
The meeting price is $45 for members and first-time attendees. All others are $65.
About Our Speaker:
Patrick O'Malley loves and lives social media and can show you how it’s changing your future for the better. He helps his clients use social media to make more sales, network better, and successfully interact with clients and prospects. Patrick helps individuals and companies effectively use LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and blogging. He is a professional speaker and consultant.
He also knows social media can be a waste of time, so he focuses on how you can use your time effectively.
His phone number is actually 617-PATRICK, which he thinks is cool.
SPC members have long expressed an interest in an additional channel for unstructured networking and just plain schmoozing about their business triumphs and trials. We launched our Meetups a while back, and have received very positive feedback from those participating ... and so we’re pleased to announce our next Burlington Lunchtime Meetup, to be held Friday, December 13, at 1:00 p.m.
For those who haven't yet participated,there is no registration fee and you don't have to be a member to attend. Please register on Meetup so we can push tables together for everyone. When you arrive, find yourself something appealing to nosh on, settle at the cash register, and join the group.
We’ve picked 1:00 p.m. on a Friday as our start time to avoid the crush and let people take as much time as they feel they can afford…and maybe start a new conversation they can pick up later!