Buenos Aires (Intransigent). The first listing on the American continent, especially Latin America Top Voices LinkedIn, where each regional member stands out from publications, articles, videos, and comments. The choice must be about professionals who share their knowledge and perspectives with discussions that will make everyone better informed and promote engaging discussions between industry and countries.
According to an article published by Natalia Faben, the journalists jointly LinkedIn Flagship Relevancy functions are responsible for selecting and detecting what are the most prominent, committed and active members of the world's key segments. In addition, Fabeni emphasizes that the number of publications is not easy: they are over two million, which produces thousands of comments and interactions between users and followers.
Later, Natalia emphasizes the procedure for finding these voices: they use a combination of information and editorial decisions. When evaluating the commitment of each professional, sharing knowledge based on their experience and analyzing what kind of conversations are generated from this original content and inferring by following the relative growth of followers.
The list of the best Top Voices devices is of a quality and diversity that reflects the world we work for. On the other hand, the time taken for selection lasted from mid-September 2017 to mid-September 2018, and LinkedIn employees, such as Microsoft, were not included in this selection period. .
See Top Voices LinkedIn 2018:
-Ana Mara Gutirrez Daz Human Resources Consultant and Employability Coach (Santiago de Chile)
Ana provides content to look for more effective work, especially through non-traditional channels such as networking, personal branding, and event engagement.
-Ana Romero | Tacos Fuertes Community Businessman, Coach and Founder (Lima, Peru)
Women's empowerment and gender equality are key issues that Ana deals with in their publications.
-Clarlos Rosales | Managing Director of Neurosales Consultants (Bogot, Colombia)
In their publications, Carlos expresses sympathy for sales. My goal is to sell professional skills, so every week I write an article about negotiation, persuasion, commercial techniques and customer service.
-Elvis Caballero | Circulopresenten (Santiago de Chile) coach and marketing, technology and employment consultant
Elvis's publications cover personal, strategic and operational marketing and market entry. It also generates content on employability, entrepreneurship and motivation.
-Juan del Cerro Founder and CEO of Disruptivo y Socialab México (Mexico City, Mexico)
Juan's content is from social entrepreneurship, companies that produce positive impacts and strive to solve the big problems of our planet. In addition, he tells the day how his own company has progressed.
-Leo Piccioli | Entrepreneur, Speaker and Writer (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Leadership, Innovation and Management are Leo's most popular themes when typed in LinkedIn, mainly three intersections, with an entertaining and honest approach.
-Manuela Villegas Managing Director of Seor Agencia (Bogot, Colombia)
Topics dealing with themes include disciplines such as in-country marketing, digital marketing and women's influence from beggars.
-North Mrquez | Executive partner and founder of leading experts (Mexico City, Mexico)
Content that Nstor provides for digital output and the future of work aims to help both LinkedIn members and organizations and governments become aware of future challenges and find a way to incorporate these concepts more effectively.
-Samantha Magadn | Managing Director and Coach Trainer at Kandidaat (Mexico City, Mexico)
Samantha's production covers, among other things, trends in the labor market, observations of the current Mexican employment system and best practices for jobseekers.
-Santiago Bilinkis Quasar Builders President and Founder (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Santiago defines himself as a serial entrepreneur and technology hub, and although his articles are on different topics, he writes mostly about entrepreneurship and technology.
-Susana von der Heide | President VON DER HEIDE (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
In his article, Susana describes the synergies between technology and humanism and also offers views to make People a major sector in the business.
-Sylvia Ramrez Rueda Head of the International Happiness Office (Bogot, Colombia)
The themes of Sylvia's publications are leadership, happiness, emotional intelligence and personal branding.