WorkBook6 to lead 3rd Annual Strategic Partnership Workshop at LeadsCon

Today, we’re thrilled to share that WorkBook6’s has been selected by LeadsCon to lead another Strategic Partnership Workshop as part of their annual Las Vegas event in March. This event, our third in partnership with LeadsCon, is something we’re very excited about. We’re expecting our largest audience to date, and we’ve made what we think are some fairly material improvements to the format to reflect the larger group. In fact, just about every session we’re planning is new territory for this event. We’re actively recruiting a very diverse group of speakers and thought leaders, and the format will be entirely different than any event we’ve ever promoted. We’re excited to involve our speakers and attendees in ways that we haven’t seen done before.

We’ll publish our full agenda, soon, but for now, I wanted to share this exciting news while it’s still fresh. While it seems like it’s a long way off, March will be here before we know it. If you’ve never been to one of our partnership workshops or summits before, I hope you can make it to this one. And if you’ve attended in the past, I hope to see you again! Finally, if you have an interest in participating in one of our sessions, we’d love to hear from you. We can’t make any promises, but we’ll always try to help!

For those who want to register, now, here’s the link. 

Discount Code: SPKR100 ($100 off current event pricing)

Remember, you’ll need the full access pass to attend our workshop – we promise to make it worthwhile!

LinkedIn Engagement Strategy

What is your LinkedIn Engagement Strategy?

By The One & Only Brett Kaufman

There is really only one social media platform I use for work: LinkedIn. Since I was forced to join as a college senior (thanks Margaret). I’ve been addicted. I honestly spend more time on it than Instagram or Snapchat combined. It’s my way to connect to the business world, people I know and people I don’t know.

Lately at WorkBook6 we’ve been getting a bit more competitive with our LinkedIn engagement strategy. Internal battles rage on who can get the most views, likes or comments (Editor’s note: Rob is right). We compare notes on when to post and when not post. Do you post personal, more snarky views or do you toe the party line?

At the end of the day, it’s about building your voice and you have to stay consistent. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about EDM, sandwiches, crude airline behavior or cryptocurrency – the audience is there to be engaged.

So what are you doing to be more engaging on LinkedIn? What is your LinkedIn engagement strategy?

Let’s Connect!