1. Four simple steps to a
can benefit both parties.
2. LinkedIn Recommendations
that can benefit both parties
1. Define the relationship between the parties
2. Identify the role of the one being endorsed
3. Year 1st hired, more than once?, attributes
4. Paste in a spell checked recommendation
4 Paste in a “spell‐checked” recommendation
3. 1) Define the relationship between the parties
Note: Compensation to the service provider might be a non‐financial
business development opportunity in exchange for delivery of a value‐
adding presentation to members of the receiving organization.
4. 2) Identify a Role in an “Education” relationship (or)
5. 2) Identify a Role in the “Colleague” group (or)
6. 2) Identify a Role in the “Business Partner” group (or)
7. 2) Identify a Role in “Service Provider” relationship and
8. 3) Show 1st year hired and Select up to Three Attributes
9. 4) Paste in a short “spell‐checked” recommendation*
Our organization brought Joseph Lanners in to coach senior and mid‐
level executives on the art and science of recruiting at UTD. We saw
throughout his presentation and during our follow‐up discussion that
Joseph is dedicated to helping others develop win‐win solutions. The
value that Joseph provided earned him a place on the list of those we
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can enthusiastically recommend to other executive groups.
Note: The recommender’s name along with a link to the recommender’s
LinkedIn profile will automatically be added by LinkedIn to the bottom of
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the written recommendation. *Avoid self‐promotion in recommendations.