My pace of LinkedIn posts dropped off a LOT in Q1 when I went out on medical leave. It picked back up in mid-March.
In case you missed them, here are the best Deliberate posts from January, February, and March 2023. Click on a link to read the post in LinkedIn.
I tried something new: creating and posting carousels. These are specially formatted slide decks that are embedded in a post and the reader can scroll through with the option to download (or not). They were well received with quite a few views inside and outside my first-level network of connections.
Effective remote meeting participant tips - different in that it focused on participants instead of presenters
Big stage presentation tips - presenting on a big stage is different
Share your experience in orals / high stakes pitches - this one had a lot of views but no comments
Expect more in the future.
Posts on message development & delivery. Here are the best (my opinion) & most popular (# views):
See the carousels above
Putting practice into practice - presentation "practice" in your head doesn't count
Inquiry & Tailoring - one size does NOT fit all
Most folks know me for my messaging work. But I have an innovation management background too. For me, the two are closely linked.
You are not alone (even if it often feels like it)
Leverage multiple senses - this one applies to messaging AND innovation
These three posts generated a LOT of views and comments. That's not surprising; social media is social and human beings empathize. Still it was nice to hear.
Snarky posts & comments
Don't imagine your audience in their undies - this one was throttled by LinkedIn. I assume their algorithm either flagged the words or the photo as it got less views than anything else I've posted.
Quit hiding behind your presentation shield - this is a rewrite of a post from about five years ago. Still applies
NEED HELP WITH YOUR MESSAGING OR INNOVATION?
Let me know. It's what I do.
And take a look at the tip sheets you can buy & download: