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Anne Pryor: How to Optimize Your Influence & Thought Leadership in LinkedIn
November 6, 2019 @ 7:15 am to 9:15 amFree
This is an ACHE Members Only Event. Registration is Free for ACHE members. New ACHE members are welcome to register for this event. Visit ACHE.org to become an ACHE member. *When you join ACHE now, your 2020 dues are also covered in full!*
You will learn:
- How Artificial Intelligence works to read your online identity and why it matters;
- What your online identity says about you;
- How to use AI to communicate and to get jobs, promotions and business opportunities;
- What you should do to create an influential online identity to showcase your thought leadership on LinkedIn and social media.
- Registration and Networking: 7:15am – 8:00am
- Presentation: 8:00am – 9:00am
- Wrap up: 9:00am – 9:15am
Presenter: Anne Pryor, MA
Anne Pryor is known as a master at facilitating meaningful connections as a certified Online Visibility Strategist; she specializes in LinkedIn creating, coaching online, and thought leadership strategies for C-level executives, business owners, recruiters, sales and marketing executives and job seekers.
With her diverse network, Anne helped to generate millions in dollars in sales for employers leveraging LinkedIn. As a former executive at Carlson Marketing, she served as Senior Director of Wellness and Innovation, where she designed solutions for Fortune 500 clients. She has trained CEOs, Sales, Marketing, HR leaders from global Fortune 100 to small business clients.
Anne is featured in numerous books and is frequently tapped as a sought-after speaker for her universal meaningful connection approach which begins with her philosophy: what happens to you happens to me; we are here to do our greatest good and we need each other to do so.
“Anne Pryor’s expertise and human-centered application of complex data analytics through social platforms has empowered our organization, individuals within our academic practice community, and our local and national initiatives. The impact on relationships, engagement, and partnerships to transform health and education and transcend systems, challenges is palpable and expansive.” – Connie W Delaney, PhD, RN, Dean & Professor, School of Nursing Academic Health Center, University of Minnesota School of Nursing
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