Niall Gibbons advises chief executives to ‘keep the message short, relevant and broad’
Recently named the most influential chief executive on LinkedIn for the second year in a row, Niall Gibbons of Tourism Ireland explains why it is best to stick to the facts online
Niall Gibbons may have a packed diary as chief executive of Tourism Ireland, but that hasn’t stopped him using social media – specifically LinkedIn – to great effect.
Gibbons was recently named the most influential Irish chief executive on LinkedIn for the second year in a row by the Reputations Agency, which published the latest iteration of its Social CEO report.
“I’ve been chief executive for more than a decade,” he told the...
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