Oh, The People You’ll Meet.
Posted on July 28, 2015 4 Comments
It’s been a pretty good month for Eisenhower era literature, as Americans discovered Atticus Finch was a racist and Harper Lee still can’t move as many titles as Chelsea Handler, and, perhaps more importantly, Dr. Seuss dropped a new book today. Well, he didn’t do it, although if he was a zombie, that would make […]
How To Stalk (or Source) Someone on Twitter
Posted on October 31, 2013 3 Comments
Twitter can’t be beat when it comes to business development. Sure, it’s good for engagement, and great for sharing content. That’s what it’s really designed for, after all. But the nice thing about effective engagement and relevant content on Twitter is that you can build up a very targeted, highly segmented base of followers which […]
5 Keys to #Winning On Twitter
Posted on June 2, 2013 1 Comment
Keep your lead short and go straight to the content. 1. Be Pithy: people eat up inspirational bullshit like quotes about leadership, Ken Blanchard self-help stuff and anything that looks like it belongs on a Successories mug, circa 1989. 2. Be Snarky: Per the first point, there’s too much saccharine sweetness on Twitter already. And someone […]
Social Media Tool Time
Posted on January 20, 2013 Leave a Comment
What is the top driver for worker engagement, satisfaction and employee retention? Numerous studies show that an employee’s relationship with their immediate supervisor or manager is key, a correlation that’s even more pronounced in the burgeoning ranks of the Gen Y workforce.
The Best of the #HRTech Backchannel
Posted on September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment
Walking onto a trade show floor is like walking into a Moroccan bazaar, a myriad of vendors promoting every ware imaginable, from the esoteric to the mundane, to passersby running the gamut from deep-pocketed pashas (your Fortune 500 buyer) to penny-begging thieves (think: start-up sales guys).