Once I dipped my toe into the Twitter pool, I knew there was no turning back. And now here I am one year later, writing the recap for the very chat that indoctrinated me into the social world of work…
About Salima Nathoo
Salima is Founder & Chief Igniter at GLOW Consulting where she powers clients with social-savvy workplace & HR solutions. As an Authentic Leadership Conversation Facilitator™ Salima designs simple ways to invite authenticity with ease into social media engagement to ignite the 21st Century organization. She integrates these passions to lead next generation learning as a Volunteer with Social HR Camp, a globally unprecedented camp event for the Human Resources profession.
Salima is fascinated by the role that authenticity plays in cultivating communities and cultures that flourish beyond physical borders and into the social space. She sees organizational excellence as an evolution from 2.0 to YOU.0™ where the “crowd” connects the dots between enterprise & employee engagement through socially sourced intelligence. As a member of the Talent Culture Social Team, Salima collaborates on developing innovative community engagement strategies.
Articles by Salima Nathoo
It’s graduation season. The smell of victory is in the air as students all across the globe pay homage to self-courage with a smile and nod that says “I deserve a pat on the back for getting through this…alive.” Remember that feeling? I bet you do and probably still crave that experience today. I know […]
The proverbial “chicken or the egg” thing has nothing on #TChat. The real question is, What came first, the employee or the brand? It was the question of the hour this week — well, five of them, to be exact, and they all sought to end the elusive, great debate on corporate vs. employment in the […]
Thank you, Michael Jackson, for your timeless lyrics; your title song lines are the theme of this week’s Top Trends in the World of Work.
I’m a dot connector. It’s not much different than what I did with a pencil, in a pre-school activity. Instead of looking at tiny black circles, I look at information, and in place of lines, I draw conclusions. The end is still the bigger picture, and an “aha” moment. This week’s “Top Trends in the […]
What if work could feel more like play? It’s what we endeavor to do each week at #TChat. It’s what I fundamentally subscribe to: “Play for Performance,” where having fun means you’re doing it right and well. What if work could feel more like play? It can, it should, and “play” time starts right now […]
This week’s “Top 5 Trends in the World of Work” are brought to you by Seinfeld words of wisdom. … 1) A bookstore is one of the only pieces of evidence we have that people are still thinking – Jerry Seinfeld Enterprise Investment in Social Media Social media is the digital brain that lives, breathes […]
I like to talk nerdy and have this thing for using analogies, metaphors and alliteration to connect seemingly disparate phenomena — what some might call “random.” It’s not uncommon for me to do so using old school rap songs, childhood nostalgia or other pop-culture references. Now that you know, you’ll be able to understand this […]
I recently purchased a set of hard backs complete with Green Eggs & Ham for my 1 year-old nephew. As I flipped through the delicate folds of nostalgia book after book, I realized how relevant the gold nuggets of knowledge are, concealed in rows of prose, to the 2.0, nay 3.0 World of Work. Seuss […]
Earlier this week we introduced our exciting partnership with Listly, a new kind of crowd-sourcing tool that tears the page out of the note pad and adds a savvy social twist. What’s cool about List.ly is that it challenges the conventional, linear thinking we associate with lists. In their most primitive form, we have the […]