Top 5 Mistakes CEOs & Senior Managers Make on Their LinkedIn Profiles

TAL Group, Inc.

Article written by Angela Hydes, Marketing and Content Contributor. Follow us at @TALGroup.

Leadership begins from the top-level and downwards. For this reason, if you hold a senior, director, or CEO-level role within your company, it is your responsibility to set a stellar example for your staff and potential clients.

A huge component of your external reputation is your digital presence, of which your LinkedIn profile forms a significant piece of the puzzle. Below are 5 clues that your LinkedIn profile is in need of a tune-up.

1. It is a duplicate of your resume.

While junior-level managers can get away with this, your online representation needs to be an extension of your brand. This means you need to incorporate mission statements, personality and personal accomplishments.

Carefully tailor your content, making sure it shows your unique leadership style and the knowledge you have cultivated in your many years of service…

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Prohibition didn’t work the last time, either…


For much of its existence, the United States has had a love-hate relationship with alcohol. As soon as cities and towns figured out how to assure clean drinking water supplies, crusades against drinking alcohol intensified, especially against Catholic European immigrants.

In fact, the crusades against alcohol and immigrants were amalgamated allowing usually sane and moral people to begin approving of such hate organizations as the Ku Klux Klan.

As the 20th Century dawned, the campaign against Demon Rum and those who partook of it was gaining considerable political strength.

Here in Kendall County, local chapters of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), the Red Ribbon Society, the Sons of Temperance, and the Anti-Saloon League were growing. At the same time, however, saloons were not only tolerated but were also often even encouraged by local officials because of the taxes they generated. In Oswego, saloon licenses, priced at several hundred dollars…

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Molly Shattuck: Ex-NFL Cheerleader Pleads Guilty To Raping 15-Year-Old Boy

Hollywood Life

How awful! The former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader who was accused of performing ‘sex acts’ on a 15-year-old boy she met on Instagram has finally pled guilty to the heinous crime.

Molly Shattuck, 48, was first accused of having an inappropriate relationship with an underage, unidentified teenager when she was arrested back in Nov. 2014. Now, approximately 7 months later, the mother of three has confessed to her horrific behavior with the underage boy by pleading guilty to the charges against her.

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