Category Archives: social media

The right social channel can spur the perfect frenzy

I’ve been caught up recently in two of the latest social media frenzies – the Ice Bucket Challenge and the Simpson’s Marathon. Beyond the fun and community building of each, they show how to effectively use the right social media … Continue reading

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Pierce chain mail with social channels

Internal social media channels are often neglected when creating communication plans; especially as part of change management. That’s too bad as it can be a far more effective tool than traditional hierarchical email blasts. I’ve made this the focus of … Continue reading

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Forget the phone, have an IM meeting

A recent glitch during a Webex meeting got me thinking about the time I had a team meeting using IM. For me, using IM for a meeting is great; it conceals my NY accent and I can type as fast … Continue reading

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Live blogging somewhat like the big boys

Our Chief Learning Officer held two Town Hall Meetings last week and as part of my push to show the value of social media and communication, I decided to live blog the events. I’ve always been impressed by folks who … Continue reading

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