How to give your LinkedIN Profile an end of year refresh

December is always a great time to reflect on the year that we will be leaving behind as well as getting ourselves ready for the year ahead. This also means freshening up your social media accounts and in particular LinkedIN.

You’ll find below a list of actions that I recommend you do each December to make sure that you are ready to take the new year by the horns…

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