Googling “social media policy” returns nearly 5 million hits – obviously a topic getting lots of attention. Modifying the search to “personal social media policy” reduces the hits by 99%. That’s relatively scant attention to how individuals could or should … Read more
Twitter is a powerful social networking tool that helps you brand yourself and grow your own community of followers. Just as with any professional or social network, everything you do on Twitter can have a positive or negative impact on … Read more
One that digs social media as THE engine driving recruiting, learning and organizational development.
And the other that does not.
That was pretty clear during last night’s #TChat about social media in the workplace. Some of you may … Read more
Written by Kirsten Taggart
Every year as the holiday season ends and the New Year becomes the present year, we all seem to be filled with renewed hope and excitement in anticipation of what the incoming year may bring: new … Read more
I thought it would be useful to our readers to include weekly recommended readings in preparation for #TChat.
We will give this format a whirl from now into 2011. Wow, did I just say that? 2010 has been such an … Read more
I’ve recently gotten into the practice of managing, organizing and consulting for Twitter chats including #LBSchat, #TChat and others. Bear with me in this very straightforward methodology for creating a chat on Twitter.
A Definition: What’s a Twitter chat?
A … Read more
Brand is something that cuts both ways in the recruiting business. Candidates have personal brands – we talk about that a lot on the TalentCulture blog – and companies have brands. A company’s brand directly relates to it’s workplace culture. … Read more