The most important thing to say about LinkedIn is that should look like a CV but not read like one. It should detail all of your experience, interests, special projects, and education, but it should always read like you're speaking to the person viewing your profile.
To finish off our first interview series, I caught up with Ben who coaches a Gosport Football Club.
Football is something he cares about, and he’s managed to incorporate this into something he does outside of work, while making a great impact on a young player and fan base!
Who are they and what’s the difference?
The Human Resources department are usually who you would initially speak to when you apply for a role or send your CV speculatively to a company.
Richard, a local poet, agreed to sit down with me and answer some questions on how he has used his interest and passion – writing poetry – to keep himself occupied when he’s not in work!
He recently published his first book of poetry and, as we’ll read below, is passionate about the fact that it is never too late to embrace your interests.
You’d be used to building relationships with friends, family, and teachers, and this is a great skill to take from your personal life into your professional one!
A Relationship Manager is someone who works for a company and builds relationships between internal staff and external parties – this could be customers, suppliers, charities, or similar companies to work on joint projects.