Executive Management Connection Influence

By ellenjharris | Relationship Architects

Feb 15

Executive Management Connection Influence

Connection Influence is Executive Management core competence.

First of all connection Influence is meaningful if you spend any of your time on the social networks, you know how time consuming those networks  can be. Your want your real goal to be connection influence.

How do we achieve that goal?

Probably a market space is saturated. Seven billion people occupy plant earth. You know intuitively how difficult it is to connect and influence your next door neighbor to say hello.  How do you hope to have a change earning recognition among millions of other people?

How is a good first start achieved? A good first start is not asking why would you even want to bother?  Your next set of questions become:Connection Influence

  • How long does it take?
  • Is it possible to measure your effectiveness?
  • Can you raise your visibility and your presence?
  • What are the right platforms?

Especially relevant is an executive management consultant should guide your planning. They recommend your right platforms. Some will even work with your on your message.

What is your vision for your social profile? While you think about your vision consider what you want your profile to do for you.

Do you want a social profile for you and a social profile for your business?

Smart professionals running small businesses keep the personal profile separate from their business profile. Furthermore, almost all business owners act like a driver for their business profile.

If you are the driver of your business profile, write as much results based content as you can. First of all it is a good practice.

This is your best method to achieve consistent results with your connection influence. Here is of list of best practices you can follow:

  • Draft a very small list of the topic you want to write about
  • Create bullet points around your topic list
  • Try to keep your bullets tightly focused
  • Deliver results in each point you create
  • Give yourself time to expand the points you share

Most noteworthy is this not difficult to achieve. It does require a disciplined approach to achieving your results. The best of it all is as you make think.  And, it is not that expensive.  You do not have to labor or wonder or struggle over what your profile should say about you. Therefore what your profile should look like is really up to you.  It can be an easy with something you can use repeatedly.

Growing a social presence requires planning and strategy mixed with art and science.

Rather than wonder where to begin take a look at where I started.

You can start with a Appearoo.com. You want to build a personal presence and a presence for your business. Plus you can keep all your ‘digital assets’ in one place. and manage all your platforms in one place.  Take a moment to review my profile.  Look at a few of the platforms lists. Notice how my business presence is separate from my personal profile. This will get you started quickly.

Give it a try and experience the difference in your digital presence.  Remember you are not building transactions, you are building relationships.

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About the Author

Ellen J Harris leads the Business-Accelerated Company which specializes in Leadership, Intellectual Capital, Intellectual Revenue Assets, Intellectual Property. Ellen appears on Blog Talk Radio, Scott Golden's Power of Perception and Hugh Liddel's Sales Talk Radio. Listen in as she shares insider tips on business growth.

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