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LinkedIn for continuous quality improvement NAEYC Annual 2015


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LinkedIn for continuous quality improvement NAEYC Annual 2015

  1. 1. 5 6 321 can make a difference in the quest for continuous quality improvement Count the Ways LinkedIn Fran S. Simon, M.Ed. N A E Y C A n n u a l C o n f e r e n c e , 2 0 1 5 4
  2. 2. I  LinkedIn Don’t judge! I am Chief Engagement Officer at Engagement Strategies & Producer of Early Childhood Investigations Webinars @FSSimon HELLO! I’m Fran Simon
  3. 3. Our plan 1 Overview 2 Demo 3 Action
  4. 4. We will talk a lot!
  5. 5. LinkedIn 102, not 101. More recon, less outreach.
  6. 6. { }Overview Quality Improvement | LinkedIn1
  7. 7. Where are you on the spectrum of using LinkedIn? I know LinkedIn exists and is supposed to be great. I have a profile, but nothing happened. I am a LinkedIn “power-user” & I’m here to keep Fran on her toes. Ehh, I use LinkedIn some.
  8. 8. What is continuous quality improvement in ECE? “ “
  9. 9., what do early educators need to do to improve programs? “ “
  10. 10. 10 What’s so great about LI? What does LinkedIn have to do with program improvement?
  11. 11. The path is through people Finding solutions and resources
  12. 12. What is holding us back? Myths & fear!
  13. 13. 13 What is the#1 Myth It’s for job searching
  14. 14. #2 Myth? Build it and they will come
  15. 15. You have to make something happen That’s why they call it “interactive” media
  16. 16. The best reason to use any social media platform is to know what is going on in your field and beyond. (Reconnaissance and awareness)
  17. 17. Demonstrate credibility and
  18. 18. LinkedIn is a place where lifelong learners and lifelong teachers collide In a good way!
  19. 19. “Propersonal” Networking
  20. 20. If you post, you can’t hide on LinkedIn • Not anonymous • Connected to your profile
  21. 21. Make connections with people who: PERSONALIZE: CONTEXT • you know- duh! • your connections know • are in your LI groups • work for organizations that can help your program: • funding • PD • regulatory • community • families?? • who else?
  22. 22. The ECE Ecosystem With whom should you connect?
  23. 23. 5 6 321 TIPS 4 1) Make your profile public (It’s called social media, not anti-social!) 2) Check your Network Updates OFTEN (and share your own) Reflect, respond, share. 3) Fill your pipeline with info! Join 50 groups. Follow people. Make connnections. 4) Read and respond to posts and status updates
  24. 24. { }2 Demo A taste of LinkedIn for QI
  25. 25.  Connect with the right people.  Join the right groups.  Interact on:  groups  pulse  your profile  If time permits, “audience choice” We will explore how to:
  26. 26. { }3 Action! Next… What is the one thing you can do right here and now to jumpstart your use of LinkedIn?
  27. 27. Network! Now!
  28. 28. THANK YOU Fran S. Simon, M.Ed. Engagement Strategies Early Childhood Webinars. @FSSimon