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Linked 2 Leadership Group Posting Guidelines

Thank you for joining and contributing to the Linked 2 Leadership Group! Our mission is to serve global professionals interested in Leadership Development, Organizational Health, and Personal & Professional Growth to help them Learn, Grow & Develop Other Leaders.

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Simple Guidelines for submitting in the Discussion Area

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Pitch-Free Zone: No advertising, promotions, or commercial suggestions allowed

Focused Discussions: ONLY content pertaining to:

• Leadership & Leadership Development
• Professional Growth
• Organizational Development/Health
• Personal Growth

Types of Entries: Self-contained discussions that do not require leaving the L2L forum that:

• Pose a relevant question that needs answers
• Pose an idea or thought for comment
• Ask for advice
• Seek clarification
• Engage in a true discussion
• Are non-commercial or non- promotional in any way
• May contain an outside link that adds value to the topic, does not require reader to enter personal info, and does not seems promotional to the reader
• Contain either LinkedIn polls or links to other relevant polls or surveys

We want QUALITY, not QUANTIY that adds values to member. Previous complaints:

• Too much promotional material disguised as topics (spammy)…..55%
• Too much self-promotion in Discussion topic………………………..39%
• Too much self-promotion in answers………………………………….34%
• Not enough true discussions……………………………………………28%
• Too much to digest………………………………………………………..16%
• Content is too generic or weak…………………………………………..16%
• Too many outside links to blogs and articles………………………….11%
• Not enough to interest me………………………………………………..9%
• Content is too deep or time-consuming………………………………..3%

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Simple Guidelines for submitting in the Jobs Area

• Regular full-time or part-time employment opportunities
• NO WORK FROM HOME ads allowed

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Simple Guidelines for submitting in the Promotions Area

• Keep topics related to Leadership Development, Organizational Health, and Personal & Professional Growth

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Every group member must submit their discussions for review and approval for a time until they are subsequently granted posting status. Members who do no honor the above guidelines will be given a chance to recalibrate their submissions. Repeat offenders will have their L2L Group membership privileges revoked.

We look forward to your contribution!

Thank you for your interest in L2L! We look forward to serving you!

~Tom

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Tom Schulte | Executive Director | Linked 2 Leadership
Atlanta, GA USA | http://linked2leadership.com

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