Connect to Success with LinkedIn - The Art of Meaningful Conversation

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  • 1. to Connect to Success with LinkedIn
  • 2. Overview
    • The Art of Meaningful Conversations
      • The continuum of engagement and meaning
    • Building a Net Worth Network
      • Understanding network science
      • Building a Life Team
    • Online Meaningful Conversations
    • Selection of Prize Winners
  • 3. Assignment Debrief
    • Quantity
    • +
    • Quality
    • (Benefit, Meaning and Value Generated)
    • Winners
  • 4. Meaningful Conversations
    • What are meaningful conversations?
  • 5. Yearning and Depth
    • How meaningful do you want your life to be?
    • Yearning
    • “ Love me”
    • Your inner extrovert
    • Engaging is the secret.. leads to happiness
  • 6. Engaging and Happiness
    • Our research has indicated that engaging leads to …
    • More aliveness
    • Richer life
    • Finding more opportunities
    • Greater satisfaction and fulfillment
    • Deeper intimacy
    • Better learning
  • 7. Other Research: Engaging Leads To…
    • More novel experiences and true satisfaction (Gregory Berne)
    • Deep engagement at work leads to enhanced productivity and satisfaction (David Rock)
    • More developed brain, fulfilling potential, learning/growing (Michael Mezernich)
    • Success (Angela Duckworth)
  • 8. Mis-Engaging Engaging Consciousness; Tied to Yearning, Emotions Engagement Continuum v3 Disengaged *Terms from Click: The Magic of Instant Connections by Ori & Rom Brafman Phatic: social niceties Factual : objective data Evaluative : opinion & judgment Gut Level: emotions, heartfelt Peak: * What do you care about?
  • 9. Your Reaction
    • What are your thoughts and reactions to the movie? What are the implications for you?
  • 10. Mis-Engaging Engaging Consciousness; Tied to Yearning, Emotions Engagement Continuum v3 Disengaged *Terms from Click: The Magic of Instant Connections by Ori & Rom Brafman Phatic: social niceties Factual : objective data Evaluative : opinion & judgment Gut Level: emotions, heartfelt Peak: * What do you care about?
  • 11. Social Intelligence
    • Communicating higher vision
    • Stay tuned for emotional intelligence
    • Make deeper contact
    • Get more meaning out of your socializing
    • Holding the other as whole and complete
    • Warm Up
    • Exercises to Reach out
    • Keep people in mind
  • 12. Emotional Intelligence
    • What is it?
  • 13. Building a High Net-Worth Network—Your Life Team
    • Understand the untapped wealth in your address book
    • Understanding Network Science
    • Strategize mining your network wealth
  • 14. Node: Individual Link: Connection between two nodes Cluster: Several linked nodes Hub: Large cluster, several clusters
  • 15. Network Science
  • 16. Recognizing New Rules
    • How have the rules changed with the e-revolution?
  • 17. Recognizing New Rules
    • Immediacy
    • Frequency
    • Longevity
    • Give to Get
    • Genuine interest, in-depth knowledge
    • Enjoyment and fun
    • Instant information access
  • 18. Network map Me
  • 19. Your Personal Network Map
    • Homework: Develop your own
  • 20. Strategize Mining Your Network Gold
    • What does the best person in your network look like?
    • What does the worst person in your network look like?
  • 21. Your Questions
    • What questions do you have for Dr. Bob and Dean about Building a High Net-Worth Network?
  • 22. The Art of Meaningful ONLINE Conversations
  • 23. Social Networks – Where do you Stand? YOU ARE HERE
  • 24. The Issue with Social Networks
    • People add connections
    • They make postings
    • They link to content and articles
    • They make updates
    • They even link to their websites
    THEY DON’T PRODUCE ANY RESULTS!
  • 25.
    • Blogs
    • Articles
    • Postings
    • Status Updates
    • Emails
    • VideoPhoto
    • Links
    Current Use of Social Network Communication?
  • 26.
    • Interactive
    • People Respond Better
    • Builds Trust
    • Builds Community
    • Viral Activity
    • Sharing
    Why Online Social Networks?
  • 27.
    • Ourselves
    • The Wright Institute
    • CityCountry Clubs
    • Chambers
    • Industry Clubs
    • Organizations
    • Charities
    • ReligiousHealth
    • Network Groups
    • LinkedIn Groups
    Social Networks We Already Know
  • 28.
    • Trusted Colleagues
    • Like-minded People hanging out
    • Similar Friends and Associations
    • You have more “Things” in common
    • Similar “Beliefs”
    • Recommended “IN”
    Social Networks We Already Know
  • 29.
    • That Know YOU?
    • That Trust YOU?
    • That have done Business with YOU?
    • That would recommend YOU?
    Networking at One-to-One How Many Contacts Do You Have That You Cannot See? Dean Sue Pat Mark
  • 30.  
  • 31. 5 Steps to Results on LinkedIn
  • 32. Step 1 – Look Good
    • Complete Profile
    • Be Clear
      • What will you do for others?
      • Why & How?
      • What do you wantneed?
    • Paired ShareDiscussion – 1 Min
    • Please tell us:
    • What will you do for others?
  • 33. Build the Story of WHO YOU ARE and WHAT YOU WILL DO FOR PEOPLE THAT FIND YOU!
    • A current position
    • Two past positions
    • Education
    • Profile summary
    • A profile photo
    • Specialties
    • At least three recommendations
  • 34. Create Relevancy! Introduce Yourself
    • Create your personal tagline
    • Appear focused
    • Put your elevator pitch to work
    • Point out your “RELEVANT” skills
    • Explain your experience
    • Distinguish yourself from the crowd
    • How will you help them?
  • 35. Step 2 – What do you want?
    • Employment
    • Career Move – Up or Out
    • SalesAppointmentsDirect
    • Partnerships
    • Paired ShareDiscussion – 1 Min
    • Please tell us:
    • What do you wantneed?
  • 36. Step 3 – How much time do you have? How much time does it take? 20 Minutes a Day!
  • 37. Your Social Results Plan
  • 38. Step 4 – Connect - Ask
    • Are you on LinkedIn?
    • Is it ok if we connect?
  • 39. Growing Numbers
    • LinkedIn Has Over 100 Million Members
      • Average User has 240 Connections
      • One Degree From Over 35,000 Trusted Connections
      • Two Degrees From Over 3,200,000 Trusted Connections
    OVER 1,000 to 1
  • 40. Step 5 – Interaction
  • 41. Step 5 – Interaction - Home
  • 42.  
  • 43. Step 5 – Interaction - Groups
  • 44. Step 5 – Interaction - Groups
  • 45. Step 5 – Interaction - Groups The Secret Sauce?
  • 46. Assignment
    • Fix Your Profiles – Look good!
      • Be Complete – Be Relevant
      • What will you do for others?
      • What do you wantneed?
    • Build Your Network Daily
      • Even if only 1 @ Day
    • Be Social
      • Have Meaningful Conversations
      • Provide Value
      • Be Present!
  • 47. A Gift for Everyone
    • One Complimentary LinkedIn Online Class
    • These Slides (and another cool Social Network Site)
    • eBook – The 9 Things Your Need Before You Log In
    RAFFLE TIME!
  • 48. Online guests: post on the discussion “Are you interested in the weekend event?”
  • 49. Step 5 + Secret Sauce The Secret Sauce? Take them OFFLINE for a deeper conversation and then get your results!
  • 50. What if I only had 1 min?
    • Provide Value
    • Have Meaningful Conversations
    • Connect Up
    • Be Present
  • 51. Homework
    • 5 times in the coming week, greet someone you would have otherwise avoided. Use your host mentality to see how they are doing and to create value in the conversation.
    • Participate in the Meaningful Conversations on the Wright Personal Transformation LinkedIn Group