"I attended the LinkedIn workshop conducted by Indigo Drey and was blown away. It definitely equipped me with knowledge and was a valuable workshop. I was able to apply the knowledge in the course my work to help my clients."
"I attended his LinkedIn class recently, and thought that it may be the same as others that I had attended before. But I was really wrong. The class wasn’t there to explain to me about the options and features of LinkedIn, but the class explains to me how LinkedIn works internally and how I can exploit the software to improve my chances to be selected as a candidate. I truly enjoyed the class and would recommend it for others to attend too."
"Ben delivers his workshop with passion and knowledge, making it very interesting and insightful. It was an eye opener to understand the logic behind the algorithm in order to better utilize the platform wisely. More importantly, I enjoyed the workshop tremendously."
"Benjamin has always been up-and-going since I knew him 10 years ago at Autodesk, and even so now. As a result of his dedication to his work and his navigational sense towards overcoming challenges, he has a wealth of knowledge both as a recruiter and a career coach. I have the privilege of attending his class last week and found it truly beneficial. His insights were diverse and practical. After his class, I thought to myself that I should have taken it earlier."
"I have not been a great fan of LinkedIn and undervalued its importance until after attending Ben’s class. Needless to say I had few headhunters calling me in the past. A few magical tweaks and I have been constantly ranked the Top in the group among my peers and the calls are coming in. But for me the icing on the cake, is the extra mile that Ben goes in guiding me in this “come and get me” job hunting strategy. Every step is measured, every word is weighed and everything is planned to the finite detail. Worth every cent"
"The Candidate School’s LinkedIn Career Essentials session I attended is certainly an eye opener. Ben had, in one session, showed me the “missing link” to my LinkedIn profile and how to maximize viewership. Highly recommended for LinkedIn Users."
"I’ve been using LinkedIn since they started and I thought I knew everything. Well, Ben showed me that I was dead wrong. I’d recommend the class for everyone who’s serious about their career, whether they are in a job search or planning for a rainy day."
"To everyone in the job market, whether you are fresh out of school or a 50 year old PMET, I strongly recommend you attend Ben’s LinkedIn Career Essentials workshop. You will learn how to harness the full potential of LinkedIn to improve your profile and market yourself on a 24×7 basis on the world’s largest professional-social network. If you follow his advice and program diligently, you will build a profile that attracts the attention of recruiters globally, a critical but often overlooked step in your job search. Ben will impart his knowledge and experience gained from a decade of use"
“You will build a profile that attracts the attention of recruiters globally…”
"I attended the LinkedIn Career Essentials course conducted by The Candidate School recently. I already have a profile on LinkedIn but that was it. At the training, I discovered that there was so much more I didn’t know. I learnt that my profile was actually helping my competitors as well. The techniques taught were very helpful, practical and uptodate, allowing professionals like myself to maximize career opportunities. If you are on a job search (like me presently), I highly recommend this course to anyone."
“At the training, I discovered that there was so much more I didn’t know….”
"I attended your LinkedIn training and found it to be very comprehensive and in-depth. It showed me how to really harness the full potential of LinkedIn. There was a lot of “inside info” that isn’t easily available without putting in the time and effort that Ben has put in to get to the level where he is now. I had a thoroughly enjoyable & fruitful time. Job Well Done!"
“There was a lot of “inside info” that isn’t easily available…”