The best LinkedIn Influencers

LinkedIn is the most known professional social networking platform; it encourages the world’s leading thinkers and innovators to be Influencers. As “leaders in their industries and geographies”, they explore news and trending topics. We recommend to follow these 7:

Ryan Holmes, CEO of Hootsuite
Hootsuite is a social media management resource, and its CEO is an excellent Influencer to follow. He often publishes interesting and colourful pieces on leadership, management, success, career and other topics.

Gretchen Rubin
A best-selling author who also has a fantastic podcast on habits and happiness. In her various posts on LinkedIn, she gives tips, tricks and ideas to shape habits and ‘boost the happy factor’.

Daniel Goleman
Psychologist, prize-winning author and science journalist, he regularly posts insightful writings on the topics of emotional intelligence and leadership; on how to be a more effective leader and self-aware.

Bernard Marr
Best-selling author, keynote speaker and leading business and data expert, Marr publishes posts mostly on leadership and Big Data. He reflects on popular topics and connects them with his fields of expertise; who knew that Big Data and Valentine’s day can work together in a post.

Jeff Haden
Business and leadership ghost-writer, speaker, contributing editor at Inc. Magazine. He publishes pieces on hiring, success, leadership and various business topics.

Liz Ryan, CEO of Human Workplace
The founder and CEO of the publishing, career coaching and consulting firm has an engaging and inspiring writing style. Ryan writes about job hunting, toxic workplaces, careers and much more.

Bruce Kasanoff
The career coach and social media ghost-writer posts about how can people achieve success, how to be a great leader and bring out the strengths of our people, how to find talent and more. His articles are not only interesting but humorous too.

Who influences you the most on LinkedIn?
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