Alli Soule, Social Media Specialist, SAS
Calling All Users Group Leaders: Best Practices Sessions Just for You
Leading a users group can be challenging, but it’s so fundamental to providing the tools and resources all SAS® users need. That’s why we’re creating this virtual learning series – just for you! We’ll cover a bevy of topics, practical tips and information created with you in mind.
We’ll get started with a session to help improve your social profiles.
Want a better LinkedIn profile? Start here.
Deconstructing Your LinkedIn Presence
LinkedIn provides an excellent format for networking. But is your LinkedIn profile making you stand out from the crowd? If not, we can help.
Wednesday, Sept. 13 | 2-3 p.m. ET
Join this first session of our new learning series designed with you in mind! After all, we want to equip our SAS users group leaders with all the tools and resources you need to get and stay connected!
Your LinkedIn profile is a key component of your networking. But if it’s lackluster and not helping set you apart, we want to change that. In this session, we’ll review the most visible and important elements of your profile and start making changes together. We’ll showcase examples of excellent LinkedIn profiles and provide tips and tricks for creating stellar critical components, such as your headline and summary.
Alli Soule’s main goal in life (at SAS) is to make sure employees feel comfortable and confident using social media in their jobs. What’s that look like? A lot of LinkedIn profile audits. Blogging a #TipOfTheWeek on time hacks using Buffer. Explaining personal versus professional social media use (and all the gray in between). Yes, teaching is a big part of the job – from classroom courses about online trolls to e-learning on the business value of SAS Facebook accounts. But her pride and joy is The 140: SAS’ training-heavy, platform-light employee advocacy program, comprised of the most impressive and gracious people at the company.
Before SAS, Soule worked for ad agency McKinney and a nonprofit, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. She holds a master’s in mass communication and journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a bachelor’s degree in communication and journalism from Wake Forest University.